The UK’s concert business is approaching 2021 with increasing confidence as it plots its recovery from a “lost year for live music”.
The Covid-19 vaccine developments, combined with advances in testing technology, could offer a route back to full capacity shows for an industry that has been on its knees since the touring shutdown in March.
While the consensus is that the domestic circuit will not be fully back on its feet until the latter part of next year at ...
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