Music Tourism Generated $4.85 Billion in the UK Last Year…

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Last year music tourism generated £3.1 billion ($4.85 billion) in the UK, both directly and indirectly.

Music tourism generated £1.9 billion ($2.97 billion) directly.

Generally, music tourism numbers are growing across the board. 2012 was an off year, but besides that numbers have been rising.

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  2. But

    But does this take out the amount paid to artists who are not UK residents? Fans pay for tickets, but much of that money does not stay in the local economy; artists take it home with them, and pay no taxes on it locally.

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      Google answers your question.

      http://www.ukmusic.org/research/music-tourism-wish-you-were-here-2015/

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