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More genealogy shows coming up!

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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

 

 

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