We recently published a range of questions about gigs in Dundee - thanks so much to everyone who completed the survey, we maxxed out the SurveyMonkey response count!
Here are charts of the responses - you can get a full copy of the results by emailing us
It seems Facebook is currently the most common way to hear about gigs - how will that look in a year's time? (Anyone remember Myspace?)
Friends are also a good source of gig info, as are posters.
The band and style of music are clearly the main drivers in choosing a gig . . .
Beat Generator, Rusty Hip Collective and Make That a Take are the most-recognised promoters, with a wide range of others also putting on gigs . . .
Most people who responded to our survey are active gig-goers, this is reflected in the chart.
There's a tie for first place: "Not heard of anything I'd like" / "Not got the money"
Our gig-goers have experienced live music in this long list of Dundee venues.
Tied for top place:
Buskers (formerly 20 Rocks, formerly The Doghouse)
Non-Zero's (formerly Dexters).
There's certainly a hot-spot for live music in the city centre, though other venues are gaining in popularity.
Thanks to everyone who responded on the Dundee Gig Survey - in the future we'll run it again and compare the responses.
Meanwhile, keep getting out to support your local live scene!