The London Bass Guitar Show launches today!

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Plans for the London Bass Guitar Show – co-located this year with the UK Guitar Show – are in full swing, and the organisers can’t wait to unveil this much-loved event at a brand new venue for 2019. Tickets for the show go on sale TODAY, with a special limited-time half price ticket offer to kick things off…

Joel McIver, Editor of Bass Guitar Magazine and Bass Player, and longtime member of the show team said; “I’m delighted that the UK’s longstanding bass event, the London Bass Guitar Show, has taken this step up to a bigger, better and more prestigious venue. It’s a sign of the industry’s robust state of health down among the low frequencies that we can do this. After all, the coolest instrument of them all deserves a suitably cool location, right?”

The co-location of the UK’s premier guitar and bass events means a bigger more compelling experience for visitors, and a larger audience with more potential customers and leads for exhibitors. The content will be as fresh and exciting as ever – there are some fantastic artists, tutors and clinicians lined up, but being kept under wraps until a little closer to the show.

Exhibitors booked already include Ibanez, Warwick, Ernie Ball, MusicMan, Black Country Customs, Framus, Aguilar, DR Strings, Marshall, Gretsch, Allianz, Blackstar, Audient, Spector, Crossrock, Wilcock Basses, Jackson, PRS, Safran Basses, Vox, Dunlop, DV Mark, ESP LTD, Faith, Gallien-Krueger, RapcoHorizon, Vigier Guitars, MSL Pro, Laney Amplification, Rockboard, Markbass, Peavey, V GEAR, MusicNomad, Shergold, Martin, Martin Strings, Rockbag, Chicken Picks and Trace Elliot, and space is filling up fast.

To enquire about stand space, speak to your Future account manager, or visit the website to submit an enquiry, and someone will get right back to you.