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New guitar show planned for Birmingham
A new guitar conference is coming to Birmingham next year.
Guitar Nation Live will come to the NEC on May 7th and 8th 2010, with the event being organised by Music Nation.
The company held a Guitar Nation show in London earlier this year, but it is understood that the Birmingham event will act as a complement, rather than a replacement, for it, reports MI-Pro.
"Guitar Nation Live NEC will follow on from the London show offering great value floor space and cheap entry tickets supported by international line-up of artist performances, masterclasses, discussion panels and tuition clinics," said a statement from Music Nation.
The conference will feature a dedicated acoustic guitar section, as well as a live performance area.
Users of musical instruments may also be interested in attending this year's London Music Show, which is to be held at ExCel between October 8th and 10th.Posted on 7 Jul 2010 16:10 to category : Instruments News
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