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Bigger festivals trying to 'kill' smaller ones, says 2000trees founder

Live from AIF's Festival Congress - 2000trees founder James Scarlett has accused big festivals of trying to "kill" smaller festivals via unfair artist exclusivity deals.

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The Mermaid invests in new Bose technology

London venue The Mermaid has invested £60k in upgrading its Auditorium’s audio s…

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World Architecture Festival joins EMAP portfolio

The World Architecture Festival (WAF) will become part of content and subscripti…

Neptunus supports first-ever Technopop festival

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Glastonbury Festival reveals £2m charity list, bans Native American headdresses

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Access All Areas

Access All Areas
October 2014

Issue 184