Tribute Inspirations

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Tribute Inspirations Limited
Private Company Limited by Shares
Founded 1991
Headquarters London, England, UK
Website Official website

Tribute Inspirations Limited is a UK-registered company [1] which owns rights in nine of the world’s largest global broadcast events, all executive-produced by Tony Hollingsworth:

Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute

The Wall Live in Berlin

Nelson Mandela: An International Tribute for a Free South Africa

Guitar Legends, Seville 1991

The Great Music Experience

Saint George, The Bell and the Dragon: Moscow's 850th Anniversary Pageant

Songs and Visions

The Simple Truth

The Greatest Music Party in the World

Prior to establishing the Tribute brand Tony Hollingsworth also produced large-scale festivals for the Greater London Council and The Secret Policeman’s Third Ball for Amnesty International in 1987.

The directors of TIL are Neil McCartney, who among other things chairs the Independent Film Trust, and Akyaaba Addai-Sebo, who among other things founded Black History Month in the UK in October 1987.


  1. ^ Company details on website of Companies House

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