It's looking pretty short, so if anybody has some feedback on it, it'd be greatly appreciated.
Security is ubiquitous in events and functions. Live music, is no exception. With a significant proportion of live music happening in venues prohibited to the underage crowd (most places that serve alcohol, such as bars and clubs) there becomes a clear difference between all-ages, predominately youth, events and non-all-ages/youth events. Despite the differences in the characteristics of all-ages, predominately youth crowds, the approach to security does not consider these differences. This research identifies several key aspects in which all-ages/youth events differ from non-all-ages/youth events, and the implications on security policy. This work can be used to inform future security policy regarding all-ages, predominately youth events.