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A New Scheme Hopes to Improve Deaf and Disabled Fans' Access to Gig Tickets

Ticketing Without Barriers is an industry-wide initiative which will hopefully make going to music events easier for a lot more people.
Lauren O'Neill
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Dad Makes Daughter Cry When He Refuses to Let Her See Slayer

As if Cinderella or Mickey Mouse could compete with the band's final tour.
Noisey Staff
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Jack White Has Banned Phones at His Live Shows, Because Of Course He Has

"Enjoy a phone-free, 100% human experience."
Lauren O'Neill
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Science Says Regularly Attending Concerts Makes You Happier

If science says so, it must be true.
Lauren O'Neill
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Live Music Audiences in the UK Have Grown By 12%, Which Is Cool

A study has shown that 30.9 million of us have attended concerts or festivals in the past year.
Lauren O'Neill
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24 Hours in Toronto to See Carly Rae Jepsen

it was important for me, a self-proclaimed Jepfriend, to take a psuedo-religious pilgrimage up north to see Carly in her native lands.
Lindsey Weber

Here's How You Can Protect Your Hearing at Shows and Not Be a Dumbass

Noise-induced hearing loss is forever, and it sucks, but there are solutions out there.
Adam Feibel
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You Can't Get Any More Long Island than Billy Joel Re-Opening Nassau Coliseum

The show included an appearance from Kevin James and a giant hoagie, for some reason.
Dan Nosowitz

Illustrator Brian Butler Sketches Concertgoers Mid-Show

Brian Butler has drawn more than 17,000 bands in over 25 cities. Even better? He draws them on the spot.
Francesca Capossela

Why Has This Man Dedicated His Entire Life to Going to Gigs?

Later this year, Jim McDermott will attend his 1,000th gig. That's approximately £40,000, 2,000 lagers and more queues than Alton Towers. So, we called him up to chat about it.

Bands Tell Us About the Worst Places They've Crashed While Touring

Glamorous tales of rotting crack houses and having your head used as a toilet.
Graham Isador

Arts and Music Venues in North America Are Now Training Staff for ‘Active Shooter’ Situations

But not everyone agrees with the type of training, as Seattle staffers were told by police to fight back, not flee.
Sarah Berman