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03 February 2016

SFX Entertainment Bankruptcy Filing Reveals Company Owes $309,000 to Bouckaert's Farm

Georgia Unfiltered obtained a copy of the SFX Entertainment bankruptcy filing.

SFX Entertainment is the largest global producer of live events and digital entertainment content focused exclusively on electronic music culture (EMC), which includes leading brands such as Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld, Mysteryland, Sensation, Stereosonic, Electric Zoo, Disco Donnie Presents, Life in Color, Rock in Rio, Nature One, Mayday, Decibel, Q-Dance, Awakenings, and React Presents.

A review of the documents (shown below) indicates that among the list of creditors who have the forty largest unsecured claims is Carl Bouckaert, owner of the property where Tomorrowworld is held in Chattahoochee Hills. The court documents say Bouckaert is owed $309,645.48 by SFX Entertainment.

Epic Tents, a Marietta-based company that provided tents for some of the stages at Tomorrowworld, is owed $442,648.17.

Other creditors listed in the court documents are American Express, VistaJet US, Facebook, Front Gate Ticketing, SunBelt Rentals, and Enterprise Rent a Car. These firms are owed a collective $2,921,914.02 by SFX Entertainment.

You can read the full SFX Entertainment bankruptcy filing below:

SFX Entertainment Bankruptcy Filing (16-10260-MFW)