Troxy appoints Julian ‘Jools’ Butterfield as Operations Manager

Troxy Operations Manager, Julian ‘Jools’ Butterfield, moves from his previous role as Senior Festivals Manager at Vision Nine.

One of East London’s most versatile venues, Troxy, has revealed the appointment of Julian ‘Jools’ Butterfield as Operations Manager.

With over 25 years of experience within the event industry and over two decades experience in managerial roles, Butterfield will be providing insight and invaluable experience from the ground up, already cementing himself as an outstanding addition to the company.

Butterfield will be making the transition from his most recent role as Senior Festivals Manager Vision Nine at Vision Nine. His responsibilities lay as Event Manager for the NASS festival, Assistant Event Manager for Boardmasters festival and the overall creation of the strategy and approach of all Vision Nine events.

He has excelled in his previous roles, spending 15 years as Lovebox founder and Festival Manager, latterly being part of Live Nation where he was instrumental in the ongoing success of Citadel and Wilderness Festivals. With Lovebox he proactively developed a new brand, leading its transition from a club night into London’s highly established and favourite summer party. 

Troxy has a huge footprint in the London events scene and Butterfield will be ensuring the delivery and progression of its prominent events schedule, that spans live concerts, award ceremonies and more, with his extensive experience in the delivery of large-scale events.

Troxy Head of Live, Simon Eaton commented: “Having spent many years working alongside Jools at MAMA & Company I couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome him into the Troxy fold. He is a wonderful asset to our venue family.”

Butterfield added: “I am absolutely delighted to be joining a venue with the rich cultural history of Troxy. Going back numerous decades to the early 20th century, Troxy is interwoven into the fabric of London, a connection I am thrilled to be maintaining and expanding on.”