AUDIENCE is the world's leading monthly magazine for the international contemporary live music industry, providing news, features and information to professionals in more than 80 countries worldwide. Circulation includes thousands of promoters, festival organisers, venue operators and key people in dozens of related sectors.
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LIVE UK, a sister publication to AUDIENCE, is the only publication dedicated to the country's contemporary live music business, providing news, features, tour plans and information to the people that drive the industry – promoters, festival organisers, venue operators, artiste managers, booking agents, ticketing companies, media and key professionals in dozens of related sectors.
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festival is an annual planning-season supplement of LIVE UK, published in December, February, March and April – when the bulk of festival production deals are concluded – providing news, features, information and events data for the business people behind festivals. From May to October, it becomes a four-page section within LIVE UK.
 
 
 
 HEADLINES FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE

Issue 205, February 2017

UNITED KINGDOM
Viagogo forced to refund
$45,000 in overcharges


GERMANY
Rieger will be ‘greatly missed’


SPAIN
Tickets for postponed
show offered for resale
 


UNITED STATES   
AEG Live and The Bowery go 50/50


NEW ZEALAND   
McManus postpones last Raggamuffin


SWITZERLAND    
Competition concern prompts investigation


GERMANY
Festival abandoned for ‘lack of headliners’


AUSTRALIA
Lock-out reprieve for Queensland venues


ITALY   
Milan summit follows ticketing scandal









The World's Best Arenas For Live Music
is published annually and is free to Audience subscribers worldwide, including the operators of more than 165 leading venues in the sector. It is a must for anyone working internationally in the arena sector, whether venue operators, promoters or service providers.
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Flying Solo A special 32-page supplement telling the story of John Giddings' rise from music fan to the top of the global live music business, working with artistes such as the Rolling Stones, U2, Madonna, the late David Bowie and Genesis, and launching the Isle of Wight Festival 15 years ago.
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The Worlds Best Stadiums for Live Music is published annually in May and is free to Audience subscribers worldwide. This 44-page review of the worldwide stadium network for music shows covers topics such as ticketing and the use of social media marketing.
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