The particular bubble of live music festivals

The music industry has found in outdoor concerts and live a way out of the crisis but overexposure can take their toll. It would not be the first time has Tali Carter, co-director of Monkey Week (Sevilla). "Like the housing bubble, we also live our particular bubble in the early two thousand." There was a boom of festivals, they cache artists swelled and finally "came zasca". "With the crisis came the first guantazos and disappeared many events. Today we live a second bubble, there is no public for both festival" concludes Carter. "If we continue like this we load the music scene and not be positive or for artists or for developers," says Rafael Benitez, CEO of AlRumbo (None Cadiz). (Source:

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