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EU travel limits for touring UK musicians to be eased

A new dual registration policy will enable British specialist hauliers, including those which transport equipment for concert tours and various cultural events, to travel freely...

After the UK officially left the EU on January 1st, myriad questions about daily life, work and travel have been left unanswered by the UK...

The dust is yet to settle on the Brexit deal agreed between the EU and the UK, but it is already clear that touring Europe...

The visa rule will be enforced in January next year

Artists from the EU will require visas to play in the UK from January 2021.

In a statement from the Home Office, the department have...

The 10-point plan has been backed by UK Music and the Musicians' Union

A Post-Brexit EU touring plan for musicians has been proposed by UK Labour MP Harriet Harman.

In January, the UK Government was urged to take...

Westminster will "make the case for arrangements that make touring easier."

Further post-Brexit musician touring discussions are to be proposed by the UK government in a bid to break the EU visa stalemate. 

The UK left...

A petition has already picked up more than 200,000 signatures 

The UK Government is being urged to take immediate action after Brexit touring plans were rejected by the EU. 

It had been hoped the final...

Lord Frost has said that it is up to "the department for digital, culture, music and sport to take it forward with our embassies”

The UK government's minister for Brexit, Lord David Frost, has said that it is not his responsibility to solve the touring crisis faced by musicians...

The government had presented it as news that UK artists were able to tour without visas in 19 EU member states, but barriers to touring...

Music industry figures have hit back at the UK Government's recent claims of victory in securing visa-free touring for UK artists across 19 EU member states...

A new survey by UK Music revealed that the public think the Government is not being pro-active enough

A new survey carried out by UK Music has suggested the public think the Government is not doing enough to help musicians overcome post-Brexit barriers to overseas touring.  ...

It features advice on passports, insurance, driving permits, gear and more

The government has shared a post-Brexit touring guide for artists.

Aimed at arts, cultural, creative, heritage and sports organisations after a no Brexit deal, the...

Musician's Union, Music UK and National Union of Journalists have signed the letter

Hundreds of arts organisations have signed an open letter to Boris Johnson about the post-Brexit touring crisis.

In January, the UK government denied claims that it...

Deal or no deal...

This Saturday, numerous DJs — including Artwork, Horse Meat Disco and Gideön — will be performing on a mobile soundsystem to protest against Brexit. 

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Hannah Holland, Afrodeutsche and Dimensions Festival have also shared their support for the #LetTheMusicMove campaign

More than 200 British artists have called on the government for financial aid for touring EU countries following Brexit.

The Chemical Brothers, Kano, Kelly Lee...

New guidelines from ISM outline the costs to DJs and live acts travelling in and out of the EU27

Spain's culture minister hopes that the new digital green certificate will "guarantee safe mobility as of June"

Ibiza will be able to "reopen safely" as of June, Spain's tourism minister says.

Back in March, the Spanish government announced that a vaccine passport to...