THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL GUITAR SHOW 2022

Now in its fifth year, The London International Guitar Show (LIGS) will return to Kempton Park Racecourse on 30th October 2022.

LIGS has all the trademark features of our other well-established events.

These include an affordable entrance fee for visitors, sensibly-priced exhibitor costs with no added extras, free parking for all, good transport links including proximity to the motorways and even a railway station in the venue grounds. Long-distance visitors can also benefit from a large range of reasonably priced accommodation nearby.

Last time more than 150 exhibitors attended from all over the UK and Europe and this year promises to attract even more.

Based on the style of USA table-top exhibitions, LIGS is first and foremost a retail event. New, vintage and pre-owned guitars, amps and pedals will be available to buy, trade and sell from a host of retailers, distributors, manufacturers, luthiers, boutique makers and private collectors - not to mention a whole gamut of strings and accessories.

As with all the NGS events, workshops, demonstrations and live music will be available in separate areas throughout the day, with some of the top names in the industry performing in an intimate setting through the show’s PA system provided by BOSE professional.

Public admission will be just £12 (pay on the door) with accompanied under-12's free, LIGS is sponsored by Strings & Things, LR Baggs, Mooer, Hercules Stands, Ernie Ball, Fret-King Guitars, Vintage Guitars, Ivor Mairants Musicentre, Lava Music, Rapier Guitars, Scott Dixon Inc, Reflex Print and The Musicians' Union.

Registration is open to any business with guitar-related products including retailers, distributors, manufacturers, luthiers, boutique makers and private collectors and dealers.

To book a stand email gail@guitarshows.co.uk or phone 01925 813185 or 07403 346409.

 

 

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