Music Festivals, a Changing World

Abstract : This work presents the first study undertaken using a single, unique method on a sample of 390 music festival (from 15 different countries). They represent a wide variety of genres, musical styles, scope and seasonal programmes. All major aspects are explored, from the purpose of the festivals to human resources and business models adopted.The first part reviews this analytical journey through the world of festivals. The second part contains several chapters on different countries festival landscapes, enabling the impact of the cultural, economic and political setting in which these events are created and developed to be measured. Whereas artists themselves have long since gone beyond national borders, this twofold international comparison allows the differences between country-specific models to be transcended.
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Emmanuel Négrier, Lluís Bonet, Michel Guérin. Music Festivals, a Changing World. Michel de Maule, pp.321, 2013. ⟨hal-01439617⟩

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