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Where
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06 August

The Catalan government says it has gleaned “valuable information” about how major events could take place in the future from a study of three festivals that took place in early July. The three festivals – Cruïlla, Vida and Canet Rock – went ahead using recommendations from the Love of Lesbian test concert which they co-organised […]

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05 August

Scotland’s biggest music festival, Glasgow’s Trnsmt, has been permitted to go ahead this September with up to 50,000 non-socially distanced fans per day. The festival has been awarded the status of ‘gateway event’ by the Scottish government because of its place as ‘an internationally significant flagship event’. This status exempts Trnsmt from the current 5,000-person […]

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05 August

Ahead of its full-scale return in 2022, Czech festival Metronome Prague has announced Metronome Prague Warm Up, a limited-capacity three-day event featuring several foreign artists, for September. Taking place at Prague’s Výstaviště exhibition ground, the site of the previous four Metronome festivals, Metronome Prague Warm Up will mark the return of international live music to […]

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05 August

Family friendly Yorkshire music and arts festival Underneath the Stars returned from 30 July to 1 August, with organisers opting for a reduced-capacity event despite the lifting of the final coronavirus restrictions in England on 19 July. Taking place in a socially distanced format with 3,000 ‘stargazers’ at Cinderhill Farm near Barnsley, Underneath the Stars […]

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03 August

New York City, one of the world’s live music capitals, will soon require proof of being vaccinated for anyone who wants to attend an indoor live show, mayor Bill de Blasio announced today (3 August). The strict new requirements will be extended to other indoor activities, including dining at a restaurant and working out at […]

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03 August

Belgium’s Pukkelpop has announced an alternative event in lieu of the flagship festival, which was axed in late July due to new government Covid-19 regulations. The event, dubbed Pukkelpop Kwartier, will take place between 19–22 August at the Muziekodroom site in Hasselt. Pukkelpop Kwartier will comprise four separate outdoor events featuring several of the Belgium artists […]

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03 August

Norway has postponed the final step in the reopening of its economy for a second time, due to the continued spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19. The government in April launched a four-step plan to gradually remove most pandemic restrictions, and had completed the first three of those steps by mid-June. Initially, the government’s […]

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03 August

Only small, one-day festivals will be permitted to take place in the Netherlands this summer, the Dutch government has announced. From 14 August, events with a maximum of 750 attendees can take place provided they meet a series of restrictions. Attendees must be fully vaccinated, recovered from infection within the past six months, or present […]

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02 August

The findings from a survey quantifying the immediate impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Australia’s live event and entertainment industries has painted an “alarming picture” for the near future of the sector. The second survey from I Lost My Gig, an initiative of the Australian Festivals Association (AFA) and the Australian Music Industry Network (AMIN), […]

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29 July

Verknipt, an outdoor festival in the Netherlands, has become a cautionary tale for the sector after it recorded more than 1,000 Covid infections among 20,000 attendees. The two-day event took place in Utrecht in early July and all attendees were required to show a QR code that demonstrated that they were either vaccinated, had recently […]

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