4AM (4 ARTIST MANAGEMENT LLC)

4AM (4 ARTIST MANAGEMENT LLC)

4AM is a talent management, event production, and music consulting agency, specializing in servicing DJs and producers. They bring professionalism to the nightlife industry, while offering a compassionate, artist-focused style of management to the entertainment industry.

Company Overview

4AM is a New York City based artist management and event production firm, providing music for all nightclubs, lounges, bars, restaurants, hotels, and activations around the world. 4AM specializes in high profile exclusive venues and events with the best exposure to celebrities, press, and industry professionals. The foundational roster includes DJs who specialize in Hip-Hop, House, Rock, Electro, and Mashup styles. 4AM's many years of collective experience and tremendous network has it at the forefront of the best venues and events around the world beginning with New York City, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Boston, Paris, Milan, London, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. 4AM has a presence at all major conferences, festivals, and fashion weeks around the world. 4AM clients stem from the fashion, art, entertainment, finance, sport, and non-profit industries. 4AM's roster ensures a captive audience with its musical mixing talents as well as a positively marketed success of whatever event, campaign, show, or party it plays for.

About 4AM (4 ARTIST MANAGEMENT LLC)

HQ Location
New York, NY
Founded
2010
Ownership
private

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