UK could earn extra £4bn from music heritage tourism - report

RHIAN JONES

The UK could earn an extra £4bn every year in music heritage tourism, according to a recent report from UK Music.

Titled Imagine, the study's findings take the example of Liverpool, where the heritage of The Beatles attracts millions of music tourists every year and generates £70 million for Liverpool’s local economy.

Other cities named include Hull, which will become the City of Culture in 2017 and boasts the only museum dedicated to night clubbing as well as being home ...

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