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  Sister publication to LIVE UK, AUDIENCE is the world's leading monthly magazine for the international contemporary live music industry, providing news, features and information to professionals in more than 78 countries worldwide. Circulation includes thousands of promoters, festival organisers, venue operators and key people in dozens of related sectors..


 
 HEADLINES FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE  

Issue 204, January 2017


Robbie’s management revealed
touting tickets on resale sites


Royal Albert Hall accused 
of ‘disgraceful’ behaviour


Brooklyn Bowl closes  


Party’s over for ATP


Plans to link KOKO with hotel 


Resale sites warned: comply with the law


DHP reveals new Garage concept


Biffy goes paperless to beat the touts 


Refurbishment puts Met on the map 


Festivals feature in tourism convention 


Undercover in Dreamland 


Upgrades put Lounge centre stage


 









 
The UK's Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music
Part 2 Open-air venues, stadiums, arenas, campus venues, arts centres, clubs, pubs & bars.

The annual 76-page round-up of the most proactive venue managers and operators working predominantly with contemporary live music, featuring interviews with and profiles of key figures.
 

 
The UK's Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music
Part 1 Theatres and Concert Halls (2016).

The annual 80-page round-up of the most proactive venue managers and operators working predominantly with contemporary live music, featuring interviews with and profiles of key figures.