The London Acoustic Guitar Show is the country’s premier event in the world of acoustic guitars and is brought to the capital in association with Acoustic Magazine. Fine musicians from all over the world will perform live at this highly anticipated music event. Guitar playing enthusiasts will have the opportunity to play hundreds of guitars until that find that special sound that hits their designated spot.
If the “twang’s your thang” you must get down to the Olympia Conference Hall this September and let rip into the latest and indeed longest-established products of the acoustic guitar manufacturing greats.
You can see English pop and rock musician Matt Cardle in concert, who will headline on the Saturday night. It’s worth the entrance fee alone just to see this platinum album artist! The singer/songwriter will be performing in association with Taylor Guitars.
There are many more artists playing over the weekend, all fulfilling their guitar sponsor obligations. Wolverhampton-based singer/songwriter, Scott Mathews will perform live on stage in association with Guild Guitars.
Multi-awarding winning Italian guitar composer, Antonio Forcione will play alongside Yamaha Guitars UK. There are so many quality acts playing live at this year’s London Acoustic Show that it must be a serious contender for one of the best music events in London of 2013.
Music master classes will be held giving visitors the chance to get close up and intimate with artists who are playing on the main stage. Both Antonio Forcione and Jake Shimabukuro will hold guitar classes, followed by playing on the live stage.
As well as the main live stage there is an acoustic café where Katey Brookes, Polly Money, Fabian Holland and Elliot Morris, amongst others, will be performing live.
Even if you have no interest in playing acoustic guitar but enjoy music, this event is a ‘must see’ show at an incredibly low ticket price.
This exhibition/mini-festival will take place on 7 – 8 September, 2013 and a ticket for the weekend will cost £30.00. A day ticket will set you back £17.50 and its doubtful indeed that you could see Matt Cardle in concert anywhere else for that sum!