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London Music Show postponed until 2011
The London Music Show 2010 had been due to take place in the capital's Excel exhibition centre later this year but has now been called off.
Organisers blamed "exceptionally tough market conditions" for the cancellation, but insisted the event will take place in 2011, reports MI-Pro.
"We're absolutely determined that the first ever London Music Show will offer public and trade visitors and exhibitors the most exciting and interactive music show in the UK," a statement said.
Dates for the 2011 event are now being finalised and more details will be issued shortly.
However, Korg products will be on display at an event in York later this month.
ÂPosted on 19 Aug 2010 18:03 to category : Instruments News
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