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  • VICE brings live music reporting to readers
  • VICE brings live music reporting to readers
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VICE brings live music reporting to readers

Live music popularity is through the roof, with 2013 reaching a record level of $4.8 billion in gross ticket sales worldwide - up a massive 30% from the year before. VICE is collaborating with Live Nation Entertainment to provide people with the latest live music coverage.

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