NightCulture Acquires Stereo Live

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NightCulture, the EDM promoter that produces shows in Houston and elsewhere in Texas as well as Oklahoma, announced this afternoon it has acquired one of Houston's top dance clubs, Stereo Live -- a place where it had already promoted several shows, including dubstep duo Knife Party (above).

"We are excited to add our own dedicated venue to host NightCulture events," NightCulture President and CEO Michael Long said in a statement. "Stereo Live has been our go-to venue for event promotion operations and will be a focal point of our branding and promotion initiatives going forward.

"By adding the venue to our portfolio, we believe we can improve our operating efficiencies, add new profit centers, broaden our operations and further establish our position in the event promotion and production market," the statement added.

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