“Relief” for the live industry as we see “dark times” behind us


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Glastonbury. Reading and Leeds. TRNSMT. Lost Village. Green Man. Wireless. Download. Truck Festival. Tramlines. Y Not. Creamfields. Kendal Calling. All Points East. Then you’ve got the festivals over the pond. Lollapalooza. Cochella. Burning Man. TidalWave. Lakefront. BUKU. Sunfest. The list continues into Europe. Main Square. Tomorrowland. Donauinselfest.

The relief stretches to all corners of our music industry as we venture into one of the most promising festival seasons we’ve ever seen – whether it be local here in the UK or otherwise. A summer surely not to forget, its a summer worth remembering as we explore the world of music festivals for the first time in over two years. We can finally begin to talk about the live music industry again after such dark times that hit the industry like waves back at the start of 2020.

What festival plans for the year do you have?

2 responses to ““Relief” for the live industry as we see “dark times” behind us”

  1. EclecticMusicLover avatar

    No festivals for me, as I’m far too old now for that. But I am seeing Two Feet at a relatively small venue next month.

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    1. manvmusic avatar

      Oh fabulous. Yeah, I always thought getting out and seeing your favourite artists in smaller cities and smaller venues always had a greater appeal to me than seeing them at such large-scaled festivals. I’d take an illustrious rendezvous over a swamped-in festival any day.

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