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GUITAR SUMMIT 2022: First Artists Are Confirmed

GUITAR SUMMIT 2022: First Artists Are Confirmed

First Artists Are Confirmed for GUITAR SUMMIT 2022…

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Europe’s biggest guitar show is back! From September 09 – 11, 2022, the Who’s Who of the national and international guitar world will meet again after a two-year break at the Rosengarten in Mannheim for an extended weekend dedicated to electric guitars, acoustic guitars, basses, effect pedals, amps, accessories and of course music!


All three days the visitors can get new inspiration in countless workshops all around the topics of guitars, basses, pedals and amps, enjoy thrilling concerts with international top artists and discover an amazing variety of brand-new products and legendary classics at the booths of all hot brands in the large exhibition.

The GUITAR SUMMIT is the place to meet passionate amateur and professional musicians, music enthusiasts, fans, manufacturers, guitar builders, and distributors and offers the perfect atmosphere for lively gear talk among like-minded people. The annual highlight for everyone who is into guitars, basses and music!

While the list of exhibitors and brands that have confirmed their attendance at Guitar Summit 2022 is growing continuously, the first artists have now also been confirmed.

Henrik Linder, bassist of the Swedish trio Dirty Loops, will make his debut at Guitar Summit. His breathtaking performances should not be missed by bassists, as well as fans of pop music and fusion-funk-jazz.

Also joining the Guitar Summit for the first time is Bill Kelliher, guitarist for probably the most innovative and influential American metal bands of the 21st century Mastodon. His complex riffs form the backbone of the Grammy Award-winning band.

While Firewind mastermind Gus G. 2020 already rocked the virtual Guitar Summit Web Camp, the former guitarist of Ozzy Osbourne will be performing live and in color at the Guitar Summit this year.

The metal community can look forward to Arch Enemy guitarist Jeff Loomis, who will make his first appearance at this year’s Guitar Summit. With sophisticated playing technique and rapid playing speed, he put his stamp on numerous subgenres of metal.

At the 2019 edition of the Guitar Summit, Henrik Freischlader and his band already brought the Mozartsaal in the Rosengarten to a boil. This year, the top star of the blues scene will be back.

Another ” returning ” performer is fingerstyle wizard and Guitar Summit regular Jon Gomm. Rarely you have seen a musician who knows how to explore the many different facets of an acoustic guitar like he does.

At the Guitar Summit Web Camp 2020 he gave a virtual preview, this year friends of acoustic multi-finger acrobatics will also get their money’s worth live, when Mike Dawes, one of the world’s best fingerstyle guitarists, will inspire the Guitar Summit audience.

Other acoustic guitar highlights feature Magdalena Kowalczyk, who approaches the most difficult classics with incredible elegance on the classical or acoustic guitar, while Philipp Adam does not commit himself to any style and switches almost effortlessly between the genres of jazz, rock, pop, world music and others on his acoustic guitar. Already an old veteran in the fingerstyle business is Alexandr Misko, who enchants his audience with his unique playing technique.


Besides the 3-day tickets also day tickets and discounted KIDS tickets for children under 14 years are available now. Furthermore, for those who want to avoid the hassle of searching for a hotel, specially arranged Weekend Packages are offered, which include a 3-day ticket including two nights plus breakfast in a 4* hotel in the immediate neighborhood of the Rosengarten, accommodation at the Guitar Summit as well as a merch package.

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Every guitar lover and music enthusiast should mark the weekend of September 09 – 11, 2022 in the calendar thick red! It is worth it!

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