Independent Venue Week highlights why emerging bands need small gig venues

News: 28th January 2016 by Louise Dodgson under

With the closure of so many small music venues regularly occurring around the UK each year, the future looks rather bleak for independent gig venues and the music scenes that they help drive. The arrival of Independent Venue Week each year is sadly seeming to become more and more necessary as time goes on, as the numbers of venues shutting seem to rise year on year. 

Find out more about what is happening across the UK during Independent Venue Week via the link below, and also have a quick read of these articles which really highlight how desperate the future of emerging music may be without the gig venues that give local bands and artists the opportunity to develop their craft and blossom. 

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