Lack of access information 'costs live music industry £57m a year'

James Hanley

The live industry is missing out on up to £57 million a year by not providing access information online for disabled concert-goers, according to a new report.

Deaf and disabled people make up an estimated 15% of all UK live music attendees, but in its third State Of Access report, music charity Attitude Is Everything (AIE) has revealed that one in three live music events do not have the relevant access information available on their websites. 

AIE, which works to ...

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