Who is performing on the Modern Barber stage at Salon International 2020?

who is on modern barber stage

Get set for some seriously stellar barbering acts on the Modern Barber stage at Salon International 2020.

Tickets are now on sale with 20% off compared to last year, click here!

The exhibition will be held at ExCeL London on 10-12 October, so get the dates in your diary stat. Obviously things will look a little different this year as we’ve introduced a number of initiatives to ensure you can attend safely.

These include a lower ticket price, significantly wider aisles, timed entry to spread the flow of visitors, heat sensors to check the temperature of everyone attending, widespread availability of hand sanitisers, e-tickets for contactless entry and much more.

For our full COVID-19 policy, please click here.

One thing that we’ve learnt during lockdown is how brilliant the industry is at sharing education, information and advice. From online seminars to adapting education for a locked-down audience, we demonstrated the resilience of our industry and its ability to adapt.

So without further ado, these are the names that are set to perform on the Modern Barber stage at Salon International 2020.

Danny Robinson and Kilian Maddison of Danny & Co Barbers
Carl Taylor and Murdock London
JFH Social with Neal Toner
Jen Winters and Phoney Pony Team
Tariq Howes Avenue Male Grooming
Richard Tucker and Maxwell Oakley of Ruffians
Siobhan Moriarty Jones and Emma Richardson of Cavalier Club Barbershop
Hairforce 1 Team (Afro specialist)
Kevin Luchmun
Charlie Cullen
Chapter Education Paddy Corrigan and Warren Flyn
Mike Taylor and the Great British Barbering Academy
The Lions Barber Collective
Teddy Edwards
Joe Mills Team

Dexter Johnson for Toni & Guy
Cresswell Barber Co.
Wez Jones The Heartbreak Barber Club

To buy tickets please click here.

MB looks forward to seeing you there!


Picture credit: Dexter Johnson and Luke Harris, Toni & Guy


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