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Over 5,000 live shows risk cancellation if June 21 reopening deadline pushed back

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coronavirus variant.New research published today (June 10) by LIVE, the live music organisation formed to tackle the unprecedented challenges deriving from Covid-19, has revealed that even a four-week delay to the government’s roadmap would cost the live music sector over £500million, with the summer festival season at risk of total collapse.Gigs by Rag’n’Bone Man, Rudimental, Olly Murs, Tom Odell and more are at risk of cancellation or postponement, which will incur immediate costs across the live music supply chain and further damaging an already fragile industry.“The government has said it wants to protect the domestic unlock at all costs, but delaying the roadmap leaves us in limbo – unable to proceed with plans and enjoy our summer at.

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