We are absolutely delighted to share the news that our tickets are now on sale! So excited, in fact, that we would like to reward the first person to buy a ticket with an additional treat when they come to visit us. The first person to purchase a ticket will get a guided tour from our newly appointed curator, along with a gift bag full of BME-related goodies. The next 250 people to buy tickets after that will be entered in to a prize draw to win a gift bag.
Tickets are now on sale from our website, and also by ringing our hotline on 0344 335 0655.
Earlier this year it was announced that the newest addition to Liverpool’s colourful music offering will be the British Music Experience, with its permanent home in the first-class passenger lounge of the iconic Cunard Building. The national museum of popular music is operated by TBL International, a fine addition to its roster of award winning endeavours such as the world class attraction Titanic Belfast.
Construction is well underway at the Cunard Building ahead of the BME’s opening date of 9th March 2017. Tickets are now on sale for this state of the art attraction which boasts cutting edge technology alongside over 600 amazing artefacts dating back from 1945 right up to the present day. All of this is in it’s beautiful new home on Liverpool’s Waterfront.
The BME trust is a registered charity that was set up in 2009 by legendary promoter Harvey Goldsmith CBE. The trust was set up in order to advance the appreciation and understanding of the art, history and science of popular music in Britain.
“The trustees of the Museum are thrilled to see the British Music Experience poised to re-open its doors to the public. The UK has a world famous music industry and it is wonderful to see all the bands and artists, heritage and emerging, come together to give the public a place to go all year round to learn about and celebrate this creative industry. The proceeds earned by the trust will allow us to continue to add to the nation’s collection and archive for future generations to enjoy.” – Harvey Goldsmith CBE