Looking for an event to warn away those winter chills and excite your musical tickles. The Great British Guitar Show is the biggest guitar showcase event in the United Kingdom. Industry players put their best foot forward to bring to the fore front the best guitars and accessories available. Also next generation guitar will be on display and anyone with an inclining in the guitar world will attend. The event also intends to connect players from musicians to makers to audience members to interact and understand the role of the guitar as the instrument making music waves in today’s entertainment scene.
The Great British Guitar Show at the New Bingley Hall in Birmingham is the place to be.
For two days from on both the 25th and 26th February, 2017 the best display of skill and talent in performance on the guitar will be on display. The show will open from 10:00 am to 5:00pm each day.
Several bands and acts have been booked to perform and others big acts are yet to confirm. Over 66 exhibitors include Beijing Uncover Technology, TASCAM, Blackstar Amps, Production Room, Yamaha, Laney Amplification, D’addario, Carillion Guitars, Dean Guitars, Strings & Things, Reflex Print, Little Guitar Shop, Zilla Music, Diezel Amp, The Fretboard, Patrick Eggle Guitars, Warman Guitars, Cassidy Guitars, Vigier Guitars, Fret Funk, Sabre Guitars. Performing will be KK Dowings, Bumblefoot, Star Singer Slides, Dunlop, Yolanda Charles, Scott Gorham,
The show seeks to help showcase and display guitar and guitar accessory from different music stores and musician from all over the UK will be showcasing.
Free clinics will be offered to look at guitars and offer advice on repairs and management. Add also demonstration of how to use some new guitars and accessories like electric guitars, bass guitars, acoustic guitars, amplifiers and effects among others. Live performances from UK’S top guitar acts will be the highlight of the whole showcase.
You can get tickets online from the ticketfactory.com or from the venue. To book space to exhibit you can visit thegreatbritishguitarshow.com site for guidelines.