Joey Graceffa, Michael Buckley and Adam Waithe have been removed from the YouLive line-up.
The YouTube vlog stars have been removed from the event’s website after Joey Graceffa stated on Twitter that he will not be attending.
Hey guys I am NOT going to @YouLive2014 So do not buy tickets… Not sure why they have me on their website as attending.
— Joey Graceffa (@JoeyGraceffa) July 4, 2014
The newest addition to the online video event line-up is German YouTuber Natalie Stiegler. But her network, Management Live, told TenEighty: “We decided to cancel Natalie Stiegler’s appearance for YouLive 2014 and have deleted all the Tweets which had something to do with the event”.
YouLive is yet to announce this line-up change.
Previous YouTubers who have been removed from the line-up include Alfie Deyes, Oli White, Raphael Gomes, Anastasia May, Sam King and Drew Gilchrist.
The event is due to take place on 25 – 26 October 2014 at The Hilton Brighton Metropole. Tickets sales had previously suspended by ticket management website TicketBud.
So seeing as questions are starting to arise again, just to confirm I will NOT be attending Youlive this year, I want nothing to do it.
— Brad Corey (@MrBradCorey) July 4, 2014
I would like all of my viewers and people in the community to stay away from the event YOULIVE! Don't want any of you to loose your money!
— JakeBoys (@JakeBoys) April 13, 2014
TenEighty has contacted Jey Worldwide, the management company behind YouLive 2014, but they have yet to comment on the current situation of the event and their recent line-up changes.
James Yeates (YouLive "organiser") is a convicted fraudster. Also pretended to be various YouTuber's representation (ITATube confirmed).
— Scream Dobbs (@DeanDobbs) April 8, 2014
Updated 14 July 2014:
The YouLive Line-Up page has been taken down for maintenance.
A message on the page reads: “Oops! This section of our site is currently undergoing maintenance. Please check back shortly”.
Updated 15 July 2014:
Ticket payments have been restricted by Stripe, the online payment processor behind TicketBud. A note on the YouLive website reads: “If you are a customer trying to make a purchase, please contact the owner of this site. Your transaction has not been processed”.
Read more about the YouLive ticket sales being halted or find out why TicketBud put tickets back on sale.
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