Risky Business: The Volatility and Failure of Outdoor Music Festivals in the UK

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Abstract

This paper looks at volatility in the outdoor music festival sector in the UK, and examines the existing literature on 'why festivals fail' before presenting some further factors that may affect the UK market in particular.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherLive Music Exchange
Number of pages8
Place of Publicationlivemusicexchange.org
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2019

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8 p. livemusicexchange.org : Live Music Exchange. 2019, .

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