LIVE UK Media Pack
With a readership in excess of 7,000 key professionals working at all levels of the burgeoning live music industry, LIVE UK also reaches hundreds of other service providers ranging from audio, lighting, staging and transport companies to accountants, lawyers, record and media company executives, event sponsors, national and local government bodies, politicians and industry organisations.
During the festival planning months of November to March, LIVE UK is accompanied by a 32-page outdoor event-focussed supplement called Festival, featuring general news, a focus on event infrastructure, features and a festival founder profile.
Meanwhile, LIVE UK’s four-page NXT section is dedicated to the business side of the grassroots live music sector, with news, profiles and features monitoring this vital part of our industry.
Whether the number of key people your business needs to influence is 7,000, 700 or 70, our sales team will be able to help you target your advertising for the best results.
No other publications offer access to such a comprehensive live music business-focused readership.
LIVE UK is also available in digital format for subscribers, with news posted regularly and the print publication’s content published several days earlier.
UK’s Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music
Published annually in two parts between approximately May and September, UK’s Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music features interviews with venue operators and owners, profiles of key personalities – from pub landlords to stadium bosses, and surveys trends in areas such as ticketing and marketing.
Part 1 focuses on the biggest sector, Theatre and Concert Halls – listing more than 350 that host contemporary live music – while Part 2 covers outdoor venues, stadiums, arenas, arts centres, campus venues, clubs, pubs and bars.
Both are circulated free to LIVE UK’s full subscriber base – which includes hundreds of promoters, booking agents and artiste managers, ticketing companies, media, brands, industry institutions, politicians and government bodies – and wider afield to educational establishments and research bodies.
No other publication covers music venues so comprehensively.
Subscribers to Live UK include CAA, ITB, X-ray Touring, Live Nation, Kilimanjaro, SJM Concerts, DHP Family and many other UK-leading live music industry businesses.
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