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.
The UK's Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music as an annual round-up of the most prominent and proactive venues, from pubs to stadiums and open-air sites, that play a part in keeping the UK a world leader in contemporary music. This 84-page publication features interviews with venue operators, profiles key personalities – from pub landlords to stadium bosses, and includes a survey of trends in areas such as ticketing and marketing.
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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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The Next Stage

There is always The Next Stage in the business of contemporary live music, whether it be literally the next performance, a step in career development, technological advance or a challenging new concept.
The aim of The Summit is to reflect this vibrant, fast-moving industry where the winners are those who have entrepreneurial drive and the ability to create and embrace opportunities.
The energy that sustains this industry, both domestically and on a global scale, in delivering new talent, staging spectacular events and pushing the boundaries in production – is the very essence of The Summit.
As well as conference sessions and discussion groups, the event provides a valuable opportunity for the various elements of the live music business to interact, whether they be promoters, festival organisers, venue operators, agents, artiste managers, service providers or sponsorship brokers.
The Summit is also sharply focused on new technologies and innovative concepts, some of which will transform the way business is conducted over the coming years.
Delegates and panelists also include representatives from the print, internet, radio and TV media; recording and publishing company executives, MPs and Peers, national and local government bodies and live music-related industry organisations.
The Summit is where key industry players congregate once a year and share experiences, knowledge and ideas with their peers and others who have chosen to make the business of live music their career.