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Chapter four looks at support models for nightlife industry workers, individuals and vulnerable populations

Experts from the night time industry have shared a Global Nighttime Recovery Plan update.

The GNRP is a collaborative practical guide that aims to provide all members of...

It's hoped that the initiative will boost Tokyo's status as a 24-hour city...

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Tourism Foundation have announced a new initiative to support the city's nightlife industry in a bid to boost...

The guide explores the role of a night mayor and what can be done to manage a city at night

The Global Nighttime Recovery Plan has unveiled a guide for cities on how to set up systems of nighttime governance.

Drawing on expertise, perspectives and case...

30.9 million people saw a show this past year...

Live music accounts for £4 billion of revenue within the UK says a new study by UK Music.

In total, there were approximately 30.9 million...

Ireland nightclubs

A night-time economy pilot programme is being launched in Ireland, with specialist advisors representing pubs, bars, clubs and other venues set to be appointed in...

Opening times in the country are the most restrictive across the UK and Europe

A new campaign has been launched to support the Northern Irish night-time economy.

Launched today (17th June) Free The Night was created to push for...

Figures from Facebook, Instagram, NI & Beatport to speak at two-day event

Brighton Music Conference has announced details of its talks and night events for 2016.

Executives from Facebook, Twitter, Kobalt, Native Instruments, NITA, Streetgang and more...

Will be a go between the council and those who work in the industry...

New York City's Consumer Affairs Committee has voted in favour of creating a nightlife office and nightlife task force.

The news comes as part of...

The figure was revealed in a UK Music report that also estimates musicians will lose 65% of their income in 2020

UK Music has published its annual 'Music By Numbers' report which looks at the contribution the UK music business makes to the British economy each...

The relationship between dance music and British politics has often been fraught and confrontational. But in the last five years, promoters and politicians have started...

Ever since the late 1980s, UK dance music’s interactions with politicians, police officers and mainstream public opinion have been defined by suspicion, misunderstanding or outright...

Sam Shepherd, aka Floating Points, is returning with a new album — ‘Crush’, out this month — and a vital live show that he’ll be debuting this autumn. Born out...

In late summer, the rain falls in great sheets, and DJ Mag dives under the cover of shop awnings in Shoreditch, East London. On a day that feels like we might...

As dance music’s top-heavy, tour-focused infrastructure crumbles, people across the industry are wondering how new revenue streams can emerge to support artists during and after...

It’s been four months since COVID-19 sent dancers into deep freeze. With no sign of a vaccine, the suspicion is that clubs will stay closed...

D&B scene leader's comp series returns

Andy C, undisputed king of drum & bass has announced the return of his Nightlife compilation series - now on its sixth edition.

The six-month investigation will make recommendations on how to support the night time economy

London Mayor Boris Johnson has announced plans for a Night Time Commission to look into ways of supporting the capital’s nightlife, including the creation of...

The NTIA has said that vaccine passports will create "more barriers to businesses, and potential conflict between staff and customers"

The Nighttime Industries Association (NTIA) has said that vaccine passports for UK clubs is an “unworkable” option, in a new statement from CEO Michael Kill.

After...