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Roland, Korg and Peavey to appear at London Music Show
Big-name instrument manufacturers such as Roland, Korg and Peavey have all signed up for the upcoming London Music Show.
The event is set to take place between October 8th and 10th 2010 at ExCel and will feature plenty of interesting activities to designed for musicians, reports Mi-Pro.
There will also be live performances, master-classes and demonstrations taking place on each day of the event.
Chris Down, event director for show organiser Future, said: "Whether visitors are coming along to do business, to try out and buy gear or learn new techniques the London Music Show will be a truly interactive experience."
Last month, it was announced that the London Drum Show will be moved to early September this year in order to make sure it does not clash with the London Music Show.Posted on 11 Mar 2010 13:13 to category : Instruments News
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