Live music generates £123m for Bristol - but half of venues under threat

Murray Stassen

Buckinghamshire New University and UK Music have published the Bristol live music census, which found that last year live music generated £123m of revenue towards the local economy, equating to £45m in GVA, and helped support 927 FTE jobs in the city.

This research is the first collaborative project to be published through the Music Academic Partnership, which was set up by UK Music to create a framework through which academic partner institutions could directly access music industry data and ...

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