Live music and Brexit’s cliffhanger

Patrycja Rozbicka, Michael Conroy

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The question of a fallout from Brexit on the music industry is hunting a number of analysts. The trend in mushrooming publications (see for example: Billboard and Pitchfork portals)2 and media coverage (with the Guardian and Politico.eu taking lead) confirms existing interest in the topic. Most of the analysts draw a distinction between the immediate-short term effect of the “leave” result stemming from the referendum and the long-term consequences of evoking the art. 50 and the UK leaving the European Union (EU). Contrary to the general focus on the music sector and leaving aside the short-term consequences, the below entry focuses on possible scenarios resulting from upcoming Brexit negotiations for a specific sub-sector of economy: the live music industry. We first bring about numbers and indicators underlying the importance of the sub-sector for the UK and Europe’s economies (briefly alluding also to its cultural value). Later, while bringing to the front the discussion of current arrangements for Norway, Switzerland, US and Canada, we suggest two possible scenarios. The conclusions are rather gloom and clearly indicate negative effects for involved stakeholders.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)8-11
Number of pages4
JournalMusic Business Journal
Volume13
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2017

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Rozbicka, P., & Conroy, M. (2017). Live music and Brexit’s cliffhanger. Music Business Journal, 13(1), 8-11.
Rozbicka, Patrycja ; Conroy, Michael. / Live music and Brexit’s cliffhanger. In: Music Business Journal. 2017 ; Vol. 13, No. 1. pp. 8-11.
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