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The North West Guitar Show 2017
14th May 2017
|Venue:||Haydock Park Racecourse Exhibition Centre|
Now in its 20th year, the UK’s longest established guitar show – the North West Guitar Show – returns to its most popular venue yet at Haydock Park Racecourse Exhibition Centre.
Taking place on Sunday 14th May 2017 from 10am to 4.30pm, this year’s show will be the biggest yet with more than 100 dealers and exhibitors with product to sell in four large exhibition halls, making it the UK’s biggest one day guitar show.
Building on record attendance and sales in 2016, this year’s show will be the biggest yet with more than 100 dealers and exhibitors with products to sell in four large exhibition halls.
The event brings together major retailers, distributors, manufacturers, luthiers, boutique specialists and even private collectors all with bargains in everything guitar related. It is a unique opportunity to buy, sell and trade new, vintage and second hand guitars, amps, effects and accessories and to be entertained by live music from top guitarists in the 400-seater live music hall.
This year's line-up on the main stage includes:
– Prog-rock virtuosos IRIDIUM 77, sponsored by Vintage Guitars, Fret-King Guitars and Xvive effects.
– CHRIS WALTON AND THE FORGOTTEN SONS featuring superb British made Patrick Eggle Guitars.
– PMT present a guitar masterclass with ALEX HUTCHINGS and Roland Boss products.
– For acoustic fans, folk duo THE HUERS, working with Bose Professional, will showcase their excellent playing and superb songs.
– Cigar box guitar supremo, CHICKENBONE JOHN, will present a cigar box guitar workshop and performance of his unique blues guitar stylings
Plus separate demo room displays and workshops from Sound Affects, McCrerie Guitars, Filthy Amps, Cole Clark, Lytham St Ann's Guitars and more.
The Show is sponsored by Fret-King & Vintage Guitars, BluGuitar, Xvive, Guitar & Bass Magazine, PMT, Reidys, Promenade Music, Rimmers Music, Patrick Eggle and the Musicians Union. PA is provided by Bose Ltd.
Admission is £8 at the door and accompanied under 12s get in for free.
For more information visit www.guitarshows.co.uk