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Night-time industries threaten legal action if COVID restrictions are extended beyond mid-July
Music Venue Trust publishes six point plan to ensure venues can survive extension of COVID rules
DEAG and Kilimanjaro buy Let's Rock makers UK Live
One Liners: Maisie Peters, Demi Lovato, Clairo, more
Live industry laments
Other official comments on the new delay in lifting COVID regulations
With lifting of COVID restrictions set to be delayed, live sector calls for more data and financial support
TEG acquires London venues XOYO and Camden Assembly
Setlist: The music publishers' $200 million lawsuit against Roblox
UK's Brexit negotiator criticised over no-show at Parliamentary session on the bureaucratic barriers faced by touring musicians
Attitude Is Everything launches accessible reopening checklist for venues and festivals
Viagogo argues against class action status for lawsuit over its COVID cancellations policy
One Liners: Madison Beer, Healthy Touring, Deafheaven, more
Andrew Lloyd Webber promises
End Of The Road festival launches label, signs Modern Woman
Culture Secretary mocked over
Nozstock latest festival to cancel amid ongoing COVID uncertainty and the insurance gap
Setlist: YouTube's four billion dollar stats brag
Absolute Radio series to put the spotlight on six grassroots venues
FAC launches new kitemark scheme with Association Of Independent Promoters
Culture select committee says government inaction on insurance will result in another
Setlist: The music industry's
Glass Animals sell peanut butter in aid of Music Venue Trust
One Liners: Ikky, Jack Savoretti, Cheat Codes, more
Culture Secretary
Five Live Nation festivals to be sponsored by used car website
77% of musicians expect earnings to be hit by new post-Brexit touring bureaucracy
Driift issues apology after technical problems hit first airing of Live At Worthy Farm livestream
FKP Scorpio expands UK office with three new hires
LIVE voices its opposition to PRS's new livestream licence