Throughout half-term (24th October to 1st November), One child goes free to the British Music Experience with every full priced adult ticket purchased. Oh Yeah!
They can get hands on in the Gibson Interactive Studio and take lessons on guitar, drums, keyboards, or record their own track in the Sennheiser vocal booth.
In the Dance The Decades booth they can bust a move in their very own video and save all their efforts to view again online at home.
All this, plus over 600 pieces of amazing music memorabilia brought to life across seven decades of Britain’s musical history. Whether it’s facts about Amy Winehouse or Dizzee Rascal, their very best version of ‘Bleeding Love’, tunes they’ve learnt on drums or guitar from their favourite artist, it’s all saved onto their unique Smarticket.
When at home they can then log onto their PC with their unique MyBME number and download more information on their areas of interest, watch their own dance video and download 3 free tracks on iTunes.
'Come back to the British Music Experience for FREE with your ticket from any day in half-term to see the amazing Rhythms of the City performance*.
Rhythms of the City have just finished supporting the Friendly Fires on tour and are coming to the British Music Experience on Saturday the 31st October for an exclusive performance.
With Afro-Brazilian styles from soca to salsa and dancers, singers, drummers and horns they'll be heating things up on stage entertaining the whole family from 2pm.
Come back with your ticket from any day between 24th Oct and 31st October to see Rhythms of the City and enjoy even more of the British Music Experience.
*Free re-entry upon presentation of any British Music Experience ticket purchased for entry between 24th Oct and 31st October.
Subject to availability. Next available time slot. Last admission 18.30.
Stay tuned for more news on this shortly.
The 'Kids Go Free' offer ends 2nd November 2009.
Until then, keep on rockin' in the free world folks and here's a taste of some of our amazing interactives to enjoy:
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Queen guitarist Brian May used his ‘Red Special’ guitar during many album recordings and live performances. The original design was built by May and his father in 1963 from a number of recycled objects including an 18th century fireplace mantel. Originally, the guitar had a built-in distortion circuit but May preferred the sound of a Vox AC30 amplifier distorting at full power. This, combined with his unusual choice of a sixpence as a plectrum, helped to create his legendary guitar sound.
The British Music Experience is a registered not-for-profit charity. Registered Charity No. 1125752.