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New York City proposes 24 hour nightlife ‘districts’ following lockdown

Image by Gary Hershorn/Getty Images Following the mass closure of nightlife venues due to the Covid-19 pandemic, New York City’s senior executive director at the Office of Nightlife Ariel Palitz has proposed that venues in certain districts be given jurisdiction to remain open all night long. This differs from New

Image by De Fotomeisjes Nightlife venues and music festivals in the Netherlands will be shut down for another month, only being allowed to re-open on August 14th. This news comes just two weeks after venues and festivals had been given the green light to resume operations. The sector fully reopened

Image by Carl Recine Following an ongoing series of pilot events testing the risk of mass gatherings, the UK government has released the first official report from the Event Research Programme (ERP). The programme was put in motion earlier this year to investigate the risks of hosting mass events without

Image by Anthony Devlin The UK has delayed the reopening of live music venues, nightclubs and festivals. This comes after a sharp rise in Covid-19 cases, believed to be due to the hyper infectious Delta variant. This news comes shortly after the country shared data from a series of ‘pilot’

Image by Camille Blake  After laying dormant in the face of Covid-19 lockdown, Berlin has begun to reopen its nightlife sector. The process began when the city hosted its first legal dance party in over a year on Sunday, June 13th at Revier Südost. The open air ‘pilot’ rave was attended

Image via Getty Bandcamp announced this week that it would be extending Bandcamp Fridays for the remainder of 2021.  The initiative which launched in March of last year sees Bandcamp waive their revenue share on the first Friday of every month in an effort to support artists during the Covid-19

Image by Esme Surfleet Earlier this month, Liverpool became one of the first cities in the world to host a fully fledged rave in the wake of the pandemic and global lockdown restrictions. Ravers around the world were left in envy and awe at scenes from the event hosted by

Glastonbury Festival organisers Michael and Emily Eavis have expressed fears in an interview with The Guardian that the beloved festival could face bankruptcy if not able to take place in 2021. The UK government is going to need to step up and support the British arts more broadly. This country’s

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