The UK capital is Europe’s biggest city for live music according to new research, prompting mayor Sadiq Khan to praise its ‘world class arenas’ and ‘amazing grassroots venues’.
The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) is to host a Safer Spaces panel at its upcoming Festival Congress, with speakers from Standon Calling, Rape Crisis and Safe Gigs for Women.
The collecting society has applied to the Copyright Tribunal to vary the terms of its live music tariff, which covers the licensing of 30,000 events across the UK.
The Association of Independent Festivals (AIF) has said it 'should ring alarm bells' that the events company controls around 23 percent of the UK festival market.
MPs have criticised Google for allowing sites like Viagogo to advertise with them to sell invalid tickets.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Courteeners and Blossoms are among the acts confirmed for We Are Manchester, a benefit concert to reopen the Manchester Arena.
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Festival Republic has partnered with PRS Foundation for ReBalance, a three-year programme providing a step-up for female led bands and solo artists.
FanFair Alliance has published an online guide to help customers seeking refunds from secondary ticketing sites.
Tunbridge Wells Forum is the first to be awarded under a new Charter that will allow hundreds of small venues to be certified for Deaf and disabled fans.