Théo Quiblier

Theo Quiblier started like a lot of people in the industry – in a band with classmates – but quickly realised he was better at finding shows than playing them. He began promoting shows at La Parenthèse in his hometown of Nyon, Switzerland, aged just 16, while also working for festivals such as Montreux Jazz.

Spending more time booking shows than studying at university in Geneva, Quiblier was approached by Two Gentlemen’s Patrick David, who offered him a job as a junior booker.

Fast-forward a few years and he is the company’s head of concerts and touring and works with a roster that includes The National, Mitski, Shygirl, Wet Leg, Angel Olsen, The War on Drugs, Sharon Van Etten, Black Country, New Road, Fontaines D.C., Father John Misty, as well as powerhouse Swiss supergroup Brandão Faber Hunger.

Quiblier also manages Dino Brandão.