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  1. Quick word from the organisers of The UK Bass Guitar Show.. The UK Bass Guitar Show is very much going ahead. In fact we have folks buying tickets as recent as twenty minutes ago. We have spoken to the venue, Manchester Central, and like us are 100% committed to the show. The venue had the following to say: The safety and security of visitors to our venue is our upmost priority Manchester Central remains fully open for business, with all events going ahead as planned While the UK risk level of Coronavirus is moderate, the risk to individuals remains low We have installed signage in all toilets and digital screens across the venue advising staff and visitors on the importance of maintaining good hand and personal hygiene Sanitising stations with dispensers are being made available around the venue to supplement the hand cleaning products in all toilet facilities Our onsite first aid team have been fully briefed and have plans in place to deal with anyone reporting symptoms and believes they may have been in contact with the virus We are continuing to monitor advice from the Department of Health and Social Care, Public Health England and World Health Organisation. Wash your hands folks seems the most practical and sound advice.. And we look forward to seeing you all at the end of March. Best wishes, TUKBGS 2020
  2. There is and NCP directly under the venue. Main stage artist tickets are available in advance or on the day. We offer the opportunity to book a seat in advance for £5 per main stage act (clinics are free - with a general admission ticket), but we do allocate an amount of free main stage we release ahead of each main stage performance. Best wishes, and hope to see you at the show..
  3. For all of those attending or considering joining us at www.theukbassguitarshow.com the line-up of artists continues, with recent announcements Billy Sheehan, Peter Hook, Laurence Cottle, Mike Santamaria with more to come.. with over 50 brands confirmed to be on show, again with others to announce, we hope you can come along and be part of the weekend. Advance e-tickets available now at www.theukbassguitarshow.com
  4. IH there, folks have a choice to pay for main stage tickets, if they want to be assured of a seat, however we provide a free allocation of tickets ahead of each main stage. This implement by request years ago when we were involved with other events, it was due to visitors travelling from overseas or quite some distance in the UK wanting to see a specific artist, so this is how it came about. Hope you can join us at The UK Bass Guitar Show
  5. HI Bass Bunny, The tickets are to be extended till the 31st, as everyone is wrapped up with Christmas of course. (no pun intended). We expect further artists to be announced in the New Year (really no later than Jan). We have already a number of ongoing conversations with artists, that we hope to compliment and have appear on Sunday. Of course, we are often governed by artist availability, but rest assured, the full line-up will be good. Thanks for you message and interest Bass Bunny and hope that we see you at the show! Best wishes TUKBS & BGR
  6. Hi everyone, please check out our latest impartial review (click 'review' link to see video) of the Overwater Hollowbody Thinline 4 String Fretless from Bass Guitar Review.. Overwater are just one of the confirmed exhibitors at The UK Bass Guitar Show - Manchester in March. Hope you can join us, and please subscribe to our YouTube Channel for further reviews.
  7. Hi Folks, Bass Guitar Review here, sister site for the new and forthcoming 'The UK Bass Guitar Show'. Great to see so much positivity with regards to us holding this event in Manchester. Many moons ago, we visited Bass Day UK. and really enjoyed this experience. Such a friendly city and creates such a casual vibe at our other show, with artists mingling with visitors. We have found hosting The UK Drum Show in Manchester to be a really positive experience and we look forward to having this great community vibe repeated for all low-end lovers. We are busy working behind the scenes on further bass acts and clinics for visitors to enjoy, and we have more exhibitors to announce shortly. We would like to thank any Bass Chat members that have already purchased our day our weekend tickets to our show in March. Early-Bird tickets are on sale until the end of December, but anyone that has further queries or questions, do feel free to reach out to us. www.theukbassguitarshow.com
  8. To fellow bass players, we would just like to say a quick hello and introduce Bass Guitar Review and the forthcoming event The UK Bass Guitar Show 2020 to Bass Chat forum users. We are the family owned business Gold Media and Events, who are pleased to bring and add a further resource for all things low-end, with free and impartial advice on BGR. Having originally been involved with Bass Guitar Magazine and with the founding company that introduced and launched the London Bass Guitar Show several years ago, it is our absolute pleasure to return and bring new low-end offerings, to what is, a truly fantastic community. Our new online platform BGR has been created to serve low-end users first and foremost, and for those that may have seen our backline brethren site Drummer's Review, you will know we offer honest and impartial advice to serve players. In addition to the new review resource we are bringing you, (more reviews to be published shortly) we are extremely excited to deliver, once again, a dedicated event 100% just for bass players. 10+ years ago when I made the suggestion to a small family publisher that we should organise a 2 day event wholly for bass players, the look of worry was there for all to see in plain sight, however when for the first year, I sat anonymous in the back of a packed auditorium as Mark King done his thing on the main stage, looking around to lots of smiling faces, the whole thing was worthwhile. Memories created and a new hub for bass players to enjoy.. We hope that current and aspiring bass players will join us on our journey once again over the coming months with our new review platform, and we sincerely hope (thanks to those that have bought tickets already), to see you in March 2020 at Manchester Central with a dedicated show just for you... The UK Bass Guitar Show. Thanks for reading, BGR
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