We Are Redhead | We Are Publicity, We Are Touring, We Are Events
We Are Redhead | We Are Publicity, We Are Touring, We Are Events
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we are redhead pr

Want to let people know who you are? What you are? We can do that for you! We don’t own clipboards, we don’t do buzzwords but what we do is create campaigns to get you the best possible coverage. Whether you’re a band, a brand or a venue, we can help.

we are redhead touring

Thinking of touring Ireland? Want to know what venues to hit? Where to get a van? When’s the best time to tour? We have extensive touring experience! We can put together a tour for you, we can plan it, produce it, tour manage it. We can look after everything from liaising with the venues to backline and everything in between.

we are redhead events

Planning a one off event or function? We’ve worked on tonnes of tailor made events, from album launches, venue launches, fashion shows to awards shows. We love a good party. The weirder the better. Fancy a party? Let’s talk

We Are RedHead is a Dublin based company specialising in events, touring and publicity.


JennyMeet Jenny

Jenny Headen has worked in music for over 17 years. She started in 1999 with Universal Music as a Product Manager for Polydor / Mercury Records. She then moved to Sony Music (and then retained her role as Head of Press & Promotions through the Sony BMG merger) Following her position there she moved to MCD, handling the press in the lead up to Oxegen 2010. She then joined Entertainment Architects as their Music Manager, working on a wide variety of acts. She made a jump to Press Up Entertainment in 2013 as their Group Head of Publicity, handling the PR for their many businesses – The Workman’s Club, Tower Records, The Clarence Hotel, The Liquor Rooms, Vintage Cocktail Club, Bison Bar & BBQ, Captain Americas, wagamama, MUJI, Peruke & Periwig, Everleigh Garden and Mary’s Bar & Hardware. She still remains as a consultant with Press Up Entertainment, alongside current projects including PR in Ireland for Noel Gallagher, Stereophonics, Fight Like Apes, Black Bank Folk, Stereophonics, Primal Scream, The Coral and Forbidden Fruit 2016. She ran the PR for Forbidden Fruit 2015 and for the inaugural Metropolis Festival in November. She also manages up and coming band discopunks.

She drives a suspect van and eats scones without butter.

Jenny’s LinkedIn Page


SteveMeet Steve

Steve Reddy has over 10 years experience in event and festival production and programming.

He has tour managed bands, booked bands and even been in bands.

Steve is the head booker of Castlepalooza Music & Arts Festival which is now in its 10th year; the programmer and production manager for Hard Working Class Heroes which is now in its 12th year; and worked for First Music Contact for seven years.  During this time he was the production manager for the Irish showcases at international events such as sxsw and the great escape. He has also tour managed acts including Fight Like Apes, Le Galaxie, Funeral Suits and Kid Karate; and oversees the live and dj elements of one off events and corporate functions.

Steve still djs in Dublin, loves bikes and has a Leinster medal for swimming.

Steve’s LinkedIn Page



JennyMeet Stef

Stef Edwards has worked in the music industry for over 8 years. Starting out in RMG Chart (Indi Entertainment) as Product Coordinator then moving to Assistant Label Manager, with DVD campaigns including; Tommy Tiernan, Des Bishop, Mrs Brown’s Boys to Album releases including; David Gray, The Frames, Bell X1, Sinead O’Connor & Villagers. She then moved to Entertainment Architects as a Music Publicist, working on a range of acts including; The Riptide Movement, Julie Feeney, Mundy, Duke Special, Foreign Slippers, Rams Pocket Radio, and festivals including Westport Music & Arts Festival and The Meteor Camden Crawl. Working with We Are RedHead since 2014, her recent projects include; Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Stereophonics,  Clare O’Mahony, Forbidden Fruit 2016, Black Bank Folk, and a variety of venues.

She also handled Metropolis Festival 2015, Forbidden Fruit 2015, The Harbour Bar, Banjo & Bovril Festival, Bray Comedy Festival 2016.

Stef’s LinkedIn



jenny@weareredhead.com +353 87 9815585

steve@weareredhead.com +353 87 9387713

stef@weareredhead.com + 353 86 1594764