05/06/2019 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

More genealogy shows coming up!

dd0a235f-48c8-46e6-89e1-3c2f4d7ef09b

Following the huge success of Family Tree Live 2019 at London's historic Alexandra Palace in April, the good news is that genealogy fans have more shows to enjoy this year.

 

The next major event on the family history calendar is in the West Midlands: The Genealogy Show at Birmingham NEC on 7 and 8 June. Standard tickets cost £15 or £25 for weekend pass (under-16s free), plus £4 per ticket for arena talks and presentations. The Family Tree team will be attending, so do pop along to say hello and see our fantastic subscription offers!

 

The Family History Show, South-West takes place at UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre in Bristol on 6 July. 

 

MyHeritage has announced it is holding its second MyHeritage LIVE conference on 6-8 September 2019 in Amsterdam. The move follows on from its first-ever user conference in Oslo last autumn. Early bird tickets cost €150 until 31 July here.

 

Meanwhile, tickets for the first RootsTech London 2019 conference are now available. This three-day event takes place at ExCel London from 24-26 October and includes 150 breakout sessions, celebrity keynote speakers and exhibitors from around the world. Early bird passes start at £49.

 

The BIG news for 2020 is that Family Tree Live will be returning to Ally Pally! Find out the latest news and watch our video here. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

* Find more events listings here.

 

 

Family Tree Live 2019 images all © Family Tree

 

 

News

05/06/2019 Share this story Share on Facebook icon Share on Twitter icon Share on Pinterest icon Share on Google Plus icon Share on Linked In icon Share via Email icon

Recent Updates

Get ready for RootsTech London!

RootsTech is heading from the US to London for the first time this October. Find out more


Genealogy project seeks descendants of Arbroath signatories

Descendants of signatories of the Declaration of Arbroath, which asserted Scottish sovereignty in 1320, are ...


Full-size reconstruction of the 7th-century Sutton Hoo ship to be created through national fundraising campaign

A national fundraising campaign is set to “Make Ship Happen” for a £1 million project to build a full-size ...


The sailing of the Mayflower Pilgrims - 400th anniversary

Make sure you’re up to speed with the Mayflower, as during the coming year you’re sure to hear a lot about ...


Other News

The Whitehall's family tree on 'Who Do You Think You Are?'

Jack & Michael Whitehall unearth skeletons at every turn … watch their story in ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’. ...


New research reveals 40% of people will take the family to their childhood holiday destination this summer

New findings revealed by Ancestry UK reveal that two fifths (40%) of UK adults are planning on taking their ...


Top 007 inspirational tips from James Bond star Naomie Harris’s Who Do You Think You Are? family history search

Learn how you can follow in your ancestors’ footsteps, like Naomie Harris, as Family Tree editor Helen Tovey ...


Hearth Tax Digital opens up 17th century family history records online

Genealogist David Annal reports on a free new website that aims to open up a remarkable 17th century resource ...