safe space

There has been a growing amount of talk about how to make concerts safer experiences for attendees, particularly women, in recent months.

Now UK collective The Music Federation has published a ‘Safe Space Policy’ which is partly a response to a recent surge in reports of spiking and harassment at music events.

The policy will operate across all the shows promoted by its The Music Federation Live arm and partners, and covers measures before, during and after shows: from a named rep who attendees can find if they feel unsafe and requesting both male and female security staff, through a clear ‘No-Assault’ policy and a blocklist for people who harass other concertgoers, to checking that artists have safe travel home, and providing online reporting forms after events.

You can read the full policy here.

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