COVID Event News & Updates
Keep up to date with the latest event industry news in light of COVID-19 and the everchanging rules and regulations.
#WeMakeEvents, the campaign to amplify the voice of the live events supply chain, has now raised over £500,000 through fundraising efforts over the last 18 months
The vaccination centre operational at the Lindley Hall, Westminster, has now closed having delivered 30,326 jabs to four healthcare trusts in the local community.
The dual event – held at Temple Newsam, Leeds and Hatfield Park, Hertfordshire – returned earlier this month after its 2020 edition was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
After holding its delayed 2021 edition this weekend (September 17-19), the Isle Of Wight Festival has announced dates and ticket details for its 2022 festival
COVID passports are to be required for gigs and nightclubs in Wales from next month, the country’s First Minister has announced.
Los Angeles has announced an order requiring all patrons and staff at indoor bars, nightclubs, lounges, wineries and breweries to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Independent venue owner and operator Electric Group (EG) said it will spend £1.5 million overhauling the former O2 Newcastle Academy
The new culture secretary Nadine Dorries has confirmed that the increase in VAT on live event tickets from 5% to 12.5% will go ahead in October.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has laid out his winter COVID plan, including a potential ‘plan B’ for vaccine passports at large events.
The electronic dance music-focused festival, which is usually held in Belgium, was forced to cancel both its 2020 and 2021 editions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Skiddle will hand out £50,000 of bursaries to kickstart the events industry, as part of a new ongoing partnership with the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA).
Organisers have announced the first details of the Birmingham 2022 Festival – a six month celebration which will spotlight creativity and culture in the West Midlands.
Organisers of one of Wales' largest festivals said they were "thrilled" to have sold out their 20th anniversary event - 11 months before it kicks off.
The Scottish government has announced that it will go ahead with the implementation of coronavirus vaccine passports as a requirement for entry into nightclubs in Scotland.
The UK government’s plans to introduce coronavirus vaccine passports in order to gain entry into nightclubs and large events in England has now been scrapped.
The UK medicines regulator has approved the use of Pfizer and AstraZeneca as Covid booster vaccines, paving the way for a rollout ahead of the winter.