Rihanna has been named a National Hero in Barbados, as the Caribbean nation became the world's newest republic on 30th November 2021, 55 years after it broke free of the UK and began self-governing.
UK DJs and musicians will be able to tour Spain without a visa under a new deal hailed as "a big victory".
Throughout 2020 and 2021, music industry representatives in Britain have voiced concerns over the large costs, complex rules, and expensive visa requirements created by the UK's departure from the European Union, effectively making touring the bloc unaffordable for many artists.
David Morales is set to relaunch our DJ Mag HQ live streams later this month.
After putting our in-person streams on hold for 18 months, DJ Mag HQ will return on the 15th October to celebrate 30 years of Nervous Records.
The stream will take place in our London office from 5PM (BST), and you can sign up to be in with a chance to attend here.
Vaccine passport plans for England have been scrapped by the government.
Just one week after the UK government announced that it would be pressing on with plans to introduce vaccination passports for entry to clubs and other large-scale events, UK health secretary Sajid David has confirmed that the passport scheme would no longer be introduced.
India Jordan will play at Birmingham's Forum club with DJ Mag later this year.
Disclosure have dropped a new single.
The Grammy-nominated UK duo, who released their first album in five years last year, shared their new percussive club cut, 'In My Arms', yesterday (16th) - the first of five tracks set to be released in the coming days.
Carl Cox has urged fans to get vaccinated against coronavirus in a new interview.
Following the announcement last month that proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for entry into nightclubs in England from the end of September, Carl Cox has appeared in an NHS video to discuss the importance of vaccination and how it supports the UK's nightlife sector.
The UK Government has announced that UK festivals are set to be covered by £750 million insurance scheme.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the Live Events Reinsurance scheme, which is a partnership with Lloyd's bank, earlier this week. Speaking about the new scheme, the Treasury said: "This scheme will support live events across the UK that are open to the general public. It will cover costs incurred in the event of cancellation due to the event being legally unable to happen due to government Covid restrictions.”