News

Let the Music Play.

Posted on Thursday, July 2, 2020

DC Site Services has been a part of the Event & Festival industry for more than 25 years, an industry which supports 210,000 jobs across the country. As such, we proudly support the Let the music play campaign launched by the Concert Promoters Association and a coalition of live music businesses. They have written to the Secretary of State, highlighting the impact this industry has on the economy (£4.5bn last year alone) and underscoring the importance of this great British industry.

How you can you show your support?

You can add your name to the Let the Music Play letter. The campaign is also asking people to share on social media a film or photo of the last gig you attended, played, or worked at using the hashtag #LetTheMusicPlay.

So, DC crew, let's show our support by using this hashtag with the last event or festival you attended, and if that happened to be while working with DC Site Services, all the better.

Let’s do our bit to ensure that this industry weathers the pandemic!        

comments powered by Disqus

I just wanted to send out a big thank you to you and your team for all the work you and the team put into helping make the traffic and transport operation work so well this year.

As it was a pleasure having DC site services as part of our team. I think the GFEL team of contractors is the envy of a lot of events in the way we all support each other and it was noted by some observers that stated the following :- 

"simply put, GFEL’s off-site traffic management plan was delivered and managed in a totally consistent and defensible manner that sought to promote good practice, collaboration and road safety to the benefit of all road users."

The DC are big part of that delivery and should take some of the credit for that delivery.

Steve Russell-Yarde, Off-site Traffic Manager
Glastonbury Festival