Reeling under COVID-19 impact, India's live events giants mull future approach for audience changed by pandemic
In 2019, the live events market in India was valued at Rs 8,300 crores. It was estimated to reach Rs 12,200 crores by 2022. Between January-April 2020, however, the industry was found to have incurred losses worth Rs 40,000 crores, and the numbers have only risen since then
Here are 10 ways both performers and patrons can make the best of a bad — and increasingly worsening — situation, amid the coronavirus pandemic
While legions of Beliebers seemed only too happy with Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber's performance in Mumbai on 10 May 2017, there are now rumblings of discontent from some quarters over the 'Sorry' singer's lip-syncing.
Even topline music festivals and now, club venues are beginning to trust progressive rock as the most dependable subgenre of rock and metal.