Live Music Petition in Downing Street

Monday, May 6th, 2013 @ 10:54AM

Lord Clement-Jones, John Whittingdale MP Lord Colwyn and live music campaigners outside Downing Street in 2011 calling for changes to the licensing laws to free up live music performance from unnececcesary red tape.

In October 2012 Lord Clement-Jones’ Live Music Act came into force deregulating the performance of live music in venues with audiences of less than 200 people.This was been increased by the Coalition Government to 500. Since then Lord C-J has has continuously campaigned on other areas affecting live music performance including threats to Grass Roots Music Venues and Secondary Ticketing Abuse.

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