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Open Club Day – Second European edition

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Concerts and live music acts are a huge part of the European culture as they take place in essential cultural and social sites where people can meet and exchange. On Saturday, the 2nd of February 2019, live music venues & clubs all over Europe open their doors on the same day during daytime and invite the...

European venues and clubs in survival mode – Key Numbers

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This short report gives an overview on the impact of Covid-19 on 2,600 live music venues and clubs represented by Live DMA and its members. It includes key numbers on number of events, artist performances, audience visits, and loss of income in 2020. The report also explains how venues...

Prevent conflicts between live music places and local authorities or neighbours : the Club Kataster Project

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Complaints about sound emission are an important factor of a venue closing. With urban densification and gentrification, more and more people move closer to live music places. Besides increasing rents, these phenomenons may also lead to conflicts between cultural live music places and their neighbours. These conflicts may lead...

Live Music Estonia joins Live DMA

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Live DMA welcomes Live Music Estonia (Live ME) as a full member. The European network counts now 20 members in 16 countries. Live Music Estonia (Live ME) is a live music branch of Music Estonia (ME), music industry development centre and export office Music Estonia. Live ME was founded...

LSE Podcast #11 – January 2020

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The first Live Style Europe radioshow of 2020 focuses on advocacy within the European live music sector. Advocacy means “public support for an idea, plan, or way of doing something”. Learn more about how Live DMA advocates for better conditions for the live music sector and the several campaigns...