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28 July

Large indoor events should be able to take place in Belgium this September, provided residents are “motivated” to get vaccinated, according to prime minister Alexander De Croo. Belgium’s vaccination campaign has been relatively successful so far, with almost 70% of the total population having received one jab and more than 50% receiving two doses, according […]

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27 July

Live Nation GSA (Germany, Switzerland, Austria) is launching a German edition of Download Festival, the UK’s premiere rock event. Download Germany will take place on 24 June 2022 at the Hockenheimring, a motor racing circuit situated in the Rhine valley near the town of Hockenheim, which Live Nation GSA head Marek Lieberberg has prior experience […]

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26 July

Hundreds of thousands of music fans flocked to open-air venues across the UK last weekend for the country’s first big festival weekend since the summer of 2019. Festival Republic’s Latitude and Superstruct-backed Tramlines, both 40,000-capacity, Broadwick Live’s Standon Calling (15,000-cap.) and Alexandra Palace’s Kaleidoscope (10,000-cap.) were among the events to take advantage of Covid-status certification […]

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26 July

Dutch festivals such as Lowlands, Down the Rabbit Hole and Mysteryland, will not be permitted to take place this summer after the government extended its ban on multi-day events until September. The ban on non-seated public events and multi-day festivals with more than 1,000 attendees came into effect on 10 July and was set to […]

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23 July

UK festival safety initiative Festival Safe has released a new guide that aims to make fans aware of how Covid-19 will affect the festival experience, as well as steps to take to keep each other safe. The Festival Safe site, launched by festival organisers in 2018, offers festivalgoers a one-stop shop for information on every […]

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22 July

As it prepares to open two new venues in Australia, Cedar Mill Group has acquired one of the country’s leading event management companies. Since it was founded by Iain Morrison in 2001, Humm has been behind a number of major festivals around the country including Beyond the Valley, Good Things Festival, NRL Nation and the […]

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20 July

Cider company Magners is facing legal action for allegedly refusing to pay more than £1.7 million in owed sponsorship money after a partner festival became a Covid-19 ‘super-spreader’ event. Magners, owned by Dublin-based C&C Group, claims that the decision by Cheltenham Festival to push ahead in 2020 caused the four-day festival serious reputational damage and […]

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19 July

A host of HR experts from global industry leading organisations are lined up for the next must-see Recovery Sessions on Thursday 22 July from 16:00 BST, which is free to watch for all IQ subscribers. As businesses around the world start planning to reopen, one of the most significant steps for live entertainment will be […]

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15 July

The UK’s entertainment and media industry is forecast to return to growth and be the biggest market in Western Europe by 2025, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2021-2025. In the latest edition it is forecast that UK live music revenue will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 17% over the […]

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13 July

Serbia’s Exit Festival took place last weekend (8–11 July), attracting 42,000 festivalgoers from more than 70 countries on the opening day alone. The 20th-anniversary edition has been slated as ‘the first major festival in Europe to take place this summer after the pandemic,’ having hosted both a multi-national crowd (50% of the four-day ticket holders […]

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