Youth Music is launching its Give a Gig week asking music lovers to put on fundraising gigs to support young people facing challenging circumstances.
We have five pairs of Independent Venue Week tickets to give away in our new competition. Enter now!
The first ever UK Live Music Census will run for 24 hours from noon on Thursday 9 March and is looking for contributors.
Manchester’s Deaf Institute, the Garage in London and The Joiners in Southampton have been listed as some of the UK’s most popular grassroots venues.
PRS for Music is launching a new reporting tool in early 2017 to make it easier and simpler for members to claim royalties from their live gigs.
The Music Venue Trust has announced that Ministry of Sound chairman Lohan Presencer and Sarah Thirtle, head of business lending programmes at Creative United, will join its board of trustees.
The Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched an investigation into suspected breaches of consumer protection law in the online secondary tickets market.
The Albany in London and Bristol’s Colston Hall are among the first winners of the Outstanding Attitude Awards to recognise excellence in allowing access for deaf and disabled audiences.
Leading figures from across the live music industry have called for a change in venue licensing to make it easier to stage events and help the industry thrive.
Aurora Orchestra, Chineke! Orchestra and the Royal Northern Sinfonia are among 11 groups to receive support from the PRS for Music Foundation’s new Resonate fund.