More than 500,000 persons are employed within the sector which contributed £70 billion to the economic system final 12 months, in line with the Events Industry Alliance.
A cross-party group of MPs and trade representatives has written to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, calling on him to underwrite contingency insurance coverage for events corporations unable to work by means of the disaster.
Ms Jardine has additionally written to Scotland’s Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop asking for particulars of how and when the remaining £2 million of a £10 million allocation for the events sector is to be spent.
Ms Jardine stated: “This could be a really small change by the UK government to make sure the survival of a vastly necessary trade not simply in my constituency however throughout the nation.
“For music events, festivals and live shows to go forward in 2021 they want to have the ability to plan, and to be spending cash now, however with the uncertainty of Covid and Brexit they want the safety this transformation may supply.
“In Edinburgh our economic system has been hit significantly onerous by the lack of the International Festival and events just like the Royal Highland present, which contribute a lot to sectors like hospitality and tourism and on which tens of millions jobs rely. That’s additionally why it is essential that the Scottish Government allocates the funding it has extra shortly.
“Businesses across Scotland have been crying out for help for months and these funds are essential to support the creative sectors through the winter months.”