The London International Guitar Show returns for 2019

The event will happen in Kempton Park Racecourse, hosting over 150 exhibitors.

The London International Guitar Show.

Image: Northern Guitar Shows.

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The London International Guitar Show will take place on Sunday 27 October, hosting over 150 exhibitors across two halls, with a separate live music hall.

The event is organised by Northern Guitar Shows, and will be primarily focused on retail. New, vintage and pre-owned guitars, pedals and amps will be available to buy, trade and sell from the numerous retailers, distributors, manufacturers, luthiers, boutique makers and private collectors attending the event.

The show will also feature workshops, demonstrations and live music across the day. Those performing live include accomplished acoustic player Rory Evans, former Stone Roses and Asia guitarist Aziz Ibrahim, YouTube star Mike Bradley and acoustic folk duo The Huers. David Plues, author of Burst Believers IV, will be showcasing original sunbursts, goldtops, 335s and more, among other showcases of vintage and rare gear.

The show will take place on Sunday 27 October from 10am till 4:30pm

Admission is £12 on-the-door, with accompanied under-12s free. More information at guitarshows.co.uk.

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