The live music industry in the United Kingdom should be back to pre-Coronavirus levels of revenue by 2025.
The 19th of July is the date when live music will officially get back underway, and a slew of performances will likely follow after the limitations are no longer. Furthermore, revenues will most certainly begin to skyrocket, but it will take four years to return to normal, according to a new PwC forecast.
Live music income in the UK is expected to reach £1.56 billion by 2025, virtually matching the £1.58 billion recorded in 2019.
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