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WIN TICKETS TO THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL MUSIC SHOW!

PUBLISHED: 17:21 14 April 2009 | UPDATED: 16:06 07 September 2010

The London International Music Show is set to become one of the world s largest music making exhibitions and is staged in one of the world s coolest capital cities for music - London!



The ExCel Centre will play host to four shows staged at the same time

The London International Music Show is set to become one of the world's largest music making exhibitions and is staged in one of the world's coolest capital cities for music - London!

The ExCel Centre will play host to four shows staged at the same time embracing the entire music making industry - The London International Music Show will inspire you with the latest gear from hundreds of the worlds leading musical instrument manufacturers and distributors. Packed full of features, new product launches, celebrities, seminars and free tuition, The London International Music Show will give you hundreds of innovative new ideas to make music, learn how to record or improve your technique

With the new DLR station open in Woolwich, access from Kent to exciting events at ExCeL is seriously easy - its only 19 minutes from the DLR station to ExCeLs front door!

So we have teamed up to offer 10 lucky winners a pair of tickets to the Music show each, travel from Kent to Woolwich and then travel on the DLR from Woolwich to ExCeL.

To find out more information visit http://www.dlr.co.uk and www.londoninternationalmusicshow.com.

To win one of ten pairs of tickets simply answer the following question:

Q) Where is The London International Music taking place?

A) ExCeL

B) Earls Court

C) Business Design Centre

Competition closes on 30th May 2009.


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