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New acoustic and bass guitar shows planned for UK
Two new acoustic and bass guitar conferences are to be held in the UK in the near future.
Oyster House, the organisation behind the London Drum Show, is planning to host the events during 2011.
Hugo Montgomery-Swan, the managing director from the company, told MI-Pro that the venue for the bass and acoustic guitar shows has already been chosen, but would only reveal that it is somewhere in central England.
He said that it was important for such music events to be specifically focused.
"We see the future of music shows following the model of the smaller, wholly focused event that guarantees exhibitors a dedicated audience at an affordable cost," he stated.
Yamaha is one of the exhibitors who will be appearing at this year's London Drum Show, which is set to be held in the Olympia venue on September 4th and 5th.
Drumming specialists such as Pete Lockett, Mike Mangini and Benny Greb will also be on hand at the event.Posted on 12 Jul 2010 15:51 to category : Instruments News
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