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  • Gens Z and Y are happy to go to gigs alone
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Gens Z and Y are happy to go to gigs alone

Walking into a crowded venue alone was once something that filled people with dread... no-one wants to be a loner. But attitudes to alone time are changing, and for Gen Z and young Gen Yers, going to a gig by yourself isn’t a big deal – in fact, the majority have already done it.

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