London Mayor Unveils Refreshed 'VAWG' Strategy and Announces £18m in New Investment to Help Keep Women and Girls Safe

A new plan that champions a public health approach to ending violence against women and girls has been unveiled today by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan on a visit to Waltham Forest.


The Drinks Trust, Savenightlife and NTIA Partner to Launch 24/7 Mental Health Support for Night Time Economy Businesses

The Campaign is supported by Electronic Music Artists across the UK including Fat Boy Slim, Jaguar, Archie Hamilton, Graeme Park, Stanton Warriors, Lisa Lashes plus many more…


Women's Inclusion and Safety Survey Report Has Officially Launched

Savenightlife & Lady Of The House Partner For Womens Inclusion And Safety Within Music, Entertainment And Leisure Industries At Night.


Together We Can Stop Drink Spiking

What is drink spiking? What are the symptoms? What to do if you suspect you have been spiked? Learn about drink spiking using the link below.


SaveNightlife is a movement highlighting the social and cultural significance of nightlife and associated contemporary arts. A key pillar of the NTIA, it aims to secure recognition for the electronic music scene by elevating its voice and substantiating its value, not just in terms of contribution to the economy, but also for its essential cultural output, both nationally and internationally. 


Supported by a cross-country network of DJs, artists, venues, promoters and industry figureheads, it raises awareness of electronic music culture, while also providing a supportive, inclusive and representative ecosystem for everyone who lives, works and plays within the industry.

In the post-Covid world, it’s more important than ever to ensure that electronic music and its myriad subcultures are recognised as art forms in their own right, each with boundless socioeconomic benefits. 

Join with us in enhancing the scene’s status, and in the creation and protection of diverse festivals, events, and after-dark landscapes – so vital to thriving, vibrant cities across the world.


We are totally funded by venues and people: without your support we can’t continue the fight for Britain’s nightlife. Please considering donating between £1 – £50 to keep the campaign going.


At Savenightlife CIC, we support the individuals and businesses that make up the nightlife industries, a role that’s been pushed to the fore in 2020 as Covid-19 has ripped through the core of the scene.

The Night Time Industries Association promotes the unique contribution of the night time industry to the UK.


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