International Journal of Event and Festival Management: Volume 13 Issue 4


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Does bestial make you a happy human? The impact on happiness from participation in an obstacle running event

Arminda Almeida-Santana, Sergio Moreno-Gil, Tommy D. Andersson

The main research questions addressed by this study focus on Subjective Well-Being (SWB) and to what extent the individual's SWB relates to the individual's need for personal…

Event innovation in times of uncertainty

Christian Dragin-Jensen, Grzegorz Kwiatkowski, Vilde Hannevik Lien, Luiza Ossowska, Dorota Janiszewska, Dariusz Kloskowski, Marianna Strzelecka

This study highlights areas of key importance for building event resilience and provides best-practice industry examples that foster innovative, adaptable and transformative event…


Sport fans' nostalgia and revisit intention to stadiums during the Covid-19 pandemic

Kosuke Takata, Kirstin Hallmann

This study aimed to examine how sport fans' nostalgia influenced their revisit intention to stadiums. Using data collected during the Covid-19 pandemic, the study further analyzed…

The determinants of festival participants' event loyalty: a focus on millennial participants

Jie Min Ho, Fidella Tiew, Adamu Abbas Adamu

This study aims to determine how different event quality dimensions (i.e. information availability, program content, food, staff service, merchandises, ticketing, facility and…

An opportunity to build back better? COVID-19 and environmental sustainability of Australian events

Gerard Jan Hutte, Kevin Markwell, Erica Wilson

This study explores (1) the impacts of COVID-19 on the environmental sustainability of Australian events; (2) the measures undertaken to minimise the impacts of COVID-19 on…

Production of event security in Germany – empirical findings on perceptions of interorganisational collaboration between various security actors

Patricia M. Schütte, Stefan U. Willmes

This paper aims to explore interorganisational collaboration on event security in Germany. Therefore, it focusses on perceptions of representatives from emergency and law…

A stakeholder perspective on risk and safety planning in a major sporting event

Hege Eggen Børve, Thor Atle Thøring

This study analyses the impact of institutional logics on the outcomes of a sporting event's risk process.

Impacts of host city image in the country destination branding in sport mega-event context: exploring cognitive and affective image dimensions

Luciana Brandão Ferreira, Janaina de Moura Engracia Giraldi, Vish Maheshwari, Jorge Henrique Caldeira de Oliveira

This paper aims to verify the brand image effects of holding a sport mega-event by investigating the host city's influence on the country's branding, as a tourist destination.

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