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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 202, November 2016


Metropolis in takeover talks


Q Awards flak for sponsor 


G Live deaths ‘avoidable’


Historical rape case jail for promoter


Prison threat for touts using ‘bots’


3A ticketing boost for Eventim 


IOW fee plea ‘blown out of proportion’


Folk festival legend resigns


Wood adds talent to Latitude


Staff cuts at ATG?


MVT aims to raise £4.85m  


MacLeod wins rock radio licence 


London gets its first Night Czar  


Music Glue gains ‘rare knowledge’









 
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.