Read the 3 commitments required by the next government to protect, secure and improve the UK’s Grassroots Music Venues.
Music Venue Trust responds to HM Government Industrial Review Green Paper and Creative Sector Review with a Five-Year Strategic Plan to build a World-Class Grassroots Music Venue Circuit in the UK.
Music Venue Trust is delighted to announce that Venues Day 2017 will take place on Tuesday 17 October at Ministry of Sound, London. Venues Day is the national networking event for Grassroots Music Venues and related professions, and features a full programme of panels, sessions, workshops, one-to-one advice and opportunities [...]
The progress update sets out the next steps on planning, development, licensing, business rates, and the promotion of London as the world’s best music city.
Joining the Trustees Board: Lohan Presencer, Chairman of Ministry of Sound & Sarah Thirtle, Head of Business Lending Programmes at Creative United.
Music Venues Alliance expands into North America. Austin becomes first City in America to join growing international movement to protect, secure and improve grassroots music venues
London is the biggest city in the world to appoint a Night Czar - writer, broadcaster, DJ, performer and campaigner, Amy Lamé.
We are asking PRS for Music to drop their Live Performance Minimum Fee Tariff of £38 and apply the 3% Fee to all shows, effective immediately
Music Venue Trust, .tickets & TicketWeb are launching a platform specifically designed to empower independent venues and promoters.
"I support Music Venue Trust because artists need places to start out, develop and work on their craft and small venues have been the cornerstone for this. If we don't support live music at this level then the future of music in general is in danger." - Sir Paul McCartney