Going live: why it's all change for the Q Awards this year

James Hanley

The Q Awards has unveiled a raft of changes – along with a controversial headline sponsor – for its 2016 event as the magazine celebrates its 30th anniversary year.

Held in association with Absolute Radio, the StubHub Q Awards will be held at Camden Roundhouse on Wednesday, November 2.

Following in the footsteps of Bauer Media stablemate Kerrang!, the event will open its doors to the public for the first time and will feature a live performance from a currently ...

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