TEG Dainty has been producing world class live entertainment across Australasia and the world since the early 1970s.
The TEG Dainty slate includes some of the biggest names in global entertainment, including Katy Perry, Michael Bublé, Bon Jovi, Eminem, Neil Diamond, Miley Cyrus, The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, U2, Oprah , Hugh Jackman, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Queen and Adam Lambert, Yusuf/Cat Stevens, Iron Maiden and Guns N’ Roses. Theatrical productions include Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, Hair Spray and Singing in the Rain.
Bringing the world’s biggest acts to Australia
In 2016, TEG Dainty was formed when TEG acquired Dainty Group International which prior to the acquisition had been owned and operated as independent entity by Paul Dainty. With Dainty’s history and unparalleled experience in bringing some of the world’s biggest acts and productions to Australia, combined with TEG’s superior capabilities in ticketing, promotion and data analytics, TEG Dainty will offer fans and stakeholders access to the best and most compelling music and entertainment events in Australia.
JON BON JOVI: one of the many world class performers to tour under the TEG Dainty banner
Now producing and promoting shows across Australia, New Zealand, the United States, the United Kingdom, South East Asia and South Africa, TEG Dainty has become a global live entertainment company. Comedy Tours & Special Events include Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Chris Rock, MythBusters: Behind the Myths and Jeremy Clarkson’s Top Gear Live. Sports Entertainment Events include World Wrestling Entertainment and leading freestyle motocross brand Crusty Demons. Theatrical Productions include Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, Billy Crystal’s 700 Sundays, Hairspray the Musical, The Rocky Horror Show and Barry Humphries’ Eat Pray Laugh. TEG Dainty also holds venue management rights and regularly hosts major concerts at three of Australia’s premier wineries – Western Australia’s Sandalford Swan Valley and Sandalford Margaret River and the beautiful Roche Estate winery in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales.