A paper considering the aesthetic and commercial success of the ‘early music’ movement during the 1970s and 1980s, paying particular attention to discourses of authenticity and their relationship to the market-driven commercial exploitation of this form of performance.
This paper aims to examine the cultural heritage of outdoor rock and pop music festivals in Britain since the mid-1960s, and relates it to developments in, and critiques of, corporate sponsorship in the contemporary music festival sector
This Guide for New Promoters [is] aimed at all under-represented forms of music, jazz being first off the starting block.
Mintel’s report into ‘festival tourism’ and its use as a marketing tool for tourist boards worldwide.
Research study into barriers to attendance for audiences of live popular music events in Newcastle Upon Tyne, based on promoter interviews.