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The government plans to introduce spectator capacity limits

The Music Venue Trust (MVT) has called the new UK coronavirus restrictions for grassroots venues "inconsistent and illogical" in a new statement.

Yesterday, the UK...

Decisions about the funding are set to be made in the next two weeks

The Music Venue Trust has said that “the whole grassroots music venue sector is now at critical, red alert status”, following a string of announcements from...

New research has shown that a four-week delay to the government’s roadmap would cost the live music sector over £500million

The Music Venue Trust has warned that grassroots venues will face closure if the UK's 21st June reopening date is delayed.

With rumours gathering pace...

It plans to update its site with helpful information for struggling grassroots music venues

The Music Venue Trust (MVT) has put out a piece offering advice for grassroots music venues on how to sustain their businesses during the current...

The mega-fest will move to a new home this year!

After much speculation, Imagine Music Festival — a 3-day camping electronic dance music festival in Atlanta, for those who don't already know — has revealed...

Proposes to change planning policies in favour of existing businesses...

The UK government has released a new whitepaper focused on fixing the country’s current housing crisis, and buried away in the annex is a spot...

Social distancing measures will remain in place 

Scottish music venues and festivals will return next month.

As coronavirus lockdown restrictions begin to ease in Europe and beyond, it has been announced that...

The "Agent of Change" will protect venues against unreasonable noise level complaints

Lawmakers in Liverpool have voted to protect the city's music venues.

The council in the city have adopted a new policy - the "Agent of...

The government’s next steps were announced yesterday (30th)

The Music Venues Trust has warned UK government that the next steps in returning to “normal” following the COVD-19 pandemic could threaten the future of...

Night Shift moves to Sidings Warehouse to cater for demand

Due to a massive surge in demand Ketoloco Night Shift has booked a place just around the corner at The Sidings Warehouse.

Originally planned for...

Council planners will have to factor in noise impact from neighbouring venues

New government legislation aimed at protecting UK music venues from nearby developments will be introduced next month.

The regulations, which come into effect on 6th...

In wake of the tragic events

New security measures are to be put in place at live music venues around the world following the attacks at Bataclan concert hall in Paris...

The newly formed association is taking part in a day of action in support of the Save Our Stages Act and RESTART Act

Over 150 venues in New York have banded together to form New York Independent Venue Association.

The association is Intended as a regional sub-group to...

The future is coming...

Boiler Room is taking the online gig experience to the next level with the launch of the first virtual reality music venue.

Created by VR developer...

"These buildings cannot be easily replaced and are an intrinsic part of our cultural heritage"

New changes being made to UK planning laws will aim to protect music venues from demolition.

In an announcement last Sunday (19th), UK Communities Secretary...