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Guitar show to be held in Bristol
Musicians will have the chance to take a look at products from top musical instrument and equipment manufacturers at the forthcoming Bristol Guitar Show.
The inaugural event is to take place on September 19th 2010 and will be held at Ashton Gate football stadium, the home of Bristol City FC.
It is being organised by the UK Guitar Shows, a new event organiser which is planning to put on more regional conferences such as this in the future.
Another event which may appeal to musicians this autumn is the London Music Show, which is taking place between October 8th and 10th at ExCel, with master-classes and live performances planned to take place.Posted on 24 Jun 2010 15:50 to category : Instruments News
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