Live concerts are a huge part of Australian life, with people from all walks of life and age tuning in to watch live music.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has released its latest statistics for 2017, revealing that live music is on the rise, with the average number of concerts per year increasing from 3.7 concerts per day in 2016 to 4.1 concerts per week in 2017.
While the number of online concerts has remained steady, the numbers of live concerts have also increased significantly, with Australia’s live concerts in 2017 rising by 25 per cent to 7.1 million people.
Online concerts in Australia are often played on the internet, so it’s easy to see how these numbers can be misleading.
The numbers of concerts that are played online are generally very low, meaning that the numbers are actually not growing at all.
Live concerts in the US are on the increaseThe number of live shows that are held in the United States has increased significantly in recent years.
In 2016, there were approximately 13 million concerts performed in the country.
In 2017, the number has climbed to about 15.2 million concerts.
This is not the first time that the US has seen an increase in live music attendance, with other countries like Canada and Australia experiencing the same.
Australia, however, has not seen an uptick in attendance in the same way.
This year, the Australian government announced that it was going to be banning live concerts at the Sydney Opera House.
This will see concerts banned in the Sydney Theatre, which will no longer be able to host live music in its auditoriums.
The Opera House’s concert schedule has been expanded to include performances at The Royal Festival Hall, The Sydney Opera, and The National Library of Australia.
As of now, the city of Sydney has a strict ban on concerts being held in its public parks, such as the Great Western, and a ban is also in place for concerts being played in public places.