• UK Music Industry Gets Boost from 12% Rise in Audiences at Live Events

    July 17, 2017
    • UK Music Industry Gets Boost from 12% Rise in Audiences at Live Events

    More people than ever are flocking to watch live music, with attendance at concerts and festivals at an all-time high.

    A new report found that there has been a 12% rise in audiences at live music events over the past 12 months, bringing £4bn in to the UK economy and providing a welcome boost for the music industry.

    UK Music’s study, Wish You Were Here, found that audience numbers had hit 30.9 million, up from 27.7 million in 2015, with 4 million people attending the ever-growing number of British music festivals in 2016. It is further evidence that the live sector is one of the most vibrant and profitable parts of the music industry, and it is through ticket sales and merchandise that most musicians generate the majority of their revenue.

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    The Guardian

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