COMPETITION: Guitar show giveaway - with no strings attached

Just answer the simple question for a chance to win tickets for the 2011 Birmingham Guitar Show

Just answer the simple question for a chance to win tickets for the 2011 Birmingham Guitar Show

First published in Competitions

THE News Group is giving guitar heroes a chance to get the latest news on industry innovation with no strings attached.

We have teamed up with organisers from the inaugural Birmingham Guitar Show for an online competition to give away pairs of tickets for the event on February 26 and 27.

The show, at Birmingham’s Bingley Hall, will feature major names in the music business including Gibson, Marshall, Peavey, Orange, Paul Reed Smith, BC Rich, Ibanez and Laney.

Show manager, Jason Hunt, said: “The Midlands has always proved a great location for rock’n’roll shows and we’re very excited to be bringing the guitar show to Birmingham.

“It’s the perfect chance for those who have always wanted to play to come and try and for experienced players to see the industry’s newest innovations.”

The show aims to feature something for everyone with an interest in guitars of every type with a live stage, a demo stage and stands from companies ranging from classical guitar makers to band merchandise manufacturers.

Tickets for the Birmingham Guitar Show are priced at £8.50 in advance (£10 on the door), with no advance booking fee and free parking at New Bingley Hall.

For more information and to book tickets visit

For a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show, click on the button below to send your answer to the following question.

What is the name of the former Stourbridge school boy who became the lead singer with mega rock band Led Zeppelin?

Please include daytime contact details.

Two winners will be chosen at random from all correct winning entries.

The competition closes to entries at noon on Monday February 21.

Normal Newsquest competition rules apply.

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