This is demonstrated by the data. 2018 marked a historic peak in the turnover of live music after a constant growth in recent years and, to our joy, 2019 has been no less, setting a new record.

Last year, this sector raised a total of 382 million euros, which translates into 14.6% more in relation to the 2018 figures.

In addition to the interest that musical appointments arouse among the public, this rise is also explained by the percentage reduction relative to the tax obligations that the agents that articulate the music sector have to face.

However, despite the good data recorded by the live industry, there is a certain slowdown in this growth considering that in 2017 and 2018 the increase had been 20% and 24%, respectively.

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