The UK Government has revealed the results of its Covid pilot events – after being sued by the music industry for withholding information – but a lack of post-event testing might make the results redundant.
The UK government’s live events coronavirus research programme continues with a large three-day event with camping being organised, to assess how to deal with an outbreak at festivals.
The re-elected Mayor of London has vowed to pour £6 million in funding to bring back live music to London.
5,000 person indoor Barcelona gig with rapid tests and masks but no social distancing saw no rise in infection rate, according to officials.
The 5,000 capacity outdoor event that will have no social distancing or mask mandate will take place at Sefton Park, Liverpool.
A survey by Bandsintown shows livestreams will still be popular even after gigs are back.
Thousands of people were allowed to cram into a concert after passing rapid Covid tests, in social distancing live music experiment.
We caught up with Jon Grant, owner of one of Newquay’s most popular music venues to chat about the future of live music, the hard work that goes into events and much more.
The Because Music Matters shows will take place at the Rockhal arena in February, social distancing and masks will be compulsory.