London Drum Show 2017 Gets Bigger and Louder

By Ambili Sasidharan on Mar 07, 2017 08:39 AM EST

The marvelous London Drum Show 2017 is all set to return center stage on November 11 and 12. The two-day massive event is focussed on drummers across the globe. The show is held at the prestigious Olympia London with a slew of exciting new features.

Music Radar reported that this year some of the biggest drummers will take part in the London Drum Show that will be having three massive stages--the main one, masterclass, and educational zone. In addition, many session will offer fans to have a Q&A session with their music idol.

The official website of London Drum Show has also introduced a super early bird offer for the first time. Fans who can hurry early can crack the deal for £15, which is the cheapest that you can buy. Leading musicians like Thomas Pridgen, Mike Johnston, Pete Ray Biggin, Harvey Mason, Kaz Rodriguez, Keith Carlock, Anika Nilles, Chris Coleman, Mark Guiliana and much more have already confirmed for the show.

Taking a cue from the audience feedback last year, the organizers at London Drum Show will introduce drum testing pods and expert advice at the Garden Studio. The Vintage Drum Showcase will display some classic kits along with few exclusive images of many drumming idols. And of course, the Gear Hall will have everything that is loved by any drumming artists- -a slew of amazing kits, sticks heads, accessories manufacturers, retailers, distributors, and educators. This year's event is focussed at encouraging youngsters to learn to drum.

Last year, drummers like Pete Ray Biggin, Thomas Pridgen, Anika Nilles, Harvey Mason, Matt Halpern, Keith Carlock, Jojo Mayer, Dave Weckl and many other performed at the main stage. And this year's London Drum Show, the event is expected to be bigger, better and louder. The main stage has a limited setting facility and the tickets are served on a first-come-first-serve basis--so what are you waiting for, hurry now!

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