After the biggest and best show yet in 2015, the UK’s best show for all things acoustic is back on 10 and 11 September 2016.

Last year saw brilliant performances from Albert Lee, Martin Carthy, Antoine Dufour, Doyle Dykes, Luca Stricagnoli, Leon Hunt, Daniel Ho, Jon Gomm, Preston Reed, Steve ‘N’ Seagulls and more, and the newest and best acoustic gear in the world was ogled, tested and purchased.

The 2016 show is set to be bigger than ever. Bringing acoustic instrument enthusiasts from far and wide together at the impressive Olympia London, it’s the perfect opportunity to rejoice in all things acoustic! Watch your idols rocking out on the Main Stage, learn from the best in the Masterclasses and test out the latest products on the market.

Early bird tickets will be on sale from April– keep an eye out on Facebook and Twitter and sign up to our newsletter for further announcements.

5 Comments on “IT’S BACK!

  1. Hello.

    We are Fie! Fie! Fie!, an alternative, electro-acoustic band, and we’d love to be considered for your festival.

    Acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitar, saxophone, keyboards, percussion, vocals and harmonies, added to great songs, make for a wild and entertaining set.

    We are currently recording our third album, with our new single Hit The Spanish Main out very soon, and are booking festivals and gigs all over the country. ‘Can You Hear This?’, our last album, featuring the single and video, ‘The Alternative’, is available on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby, Spotify, et al..

    We have performed all around the UK, playing our own gigs and fantastic festivals, as well as alongside some great artists, including Tom Hingley (ex-Inspiral Carpets), Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott (Beautiful South) and Dave Sharp (ex The Alarm), amongst others.

    We have been getting loads of airplay on BBC Introducing, BCB Radio, Blitz FM (Hollywood), Vixen FM, et al, plus great press, and have a busy gigging and festival schedule coming up.

    Pete Long

  2. It would be great if there were dedicated quiet rooms when trying the guitars as it is generally pretty noisy around all the stands and this can deter potential buyers from commiting to a purchase. Regards Nigel.

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