Live and hi-definition at WDF

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Local Paisley-born singer and song writer Alan McKim will be performing live at World Duty Free's main store at Glasgow airport on two consecutive dates in April, utilising WDF's digital hi-definition feature walls and a

staged area to showcase four live performances.

The 'up and coming artist' will be performing live at the airport on April 2 and 3, entertaining customers with his unique acoustic guitar playing and clever lyrics.

The four sets will also be recorded and played throughout the airport on its vast digital screens. As well as offering exciting entertainment for customers, the broadcasts help highlight the opportunity that exists for other artists to be showcased at the airport, as well as the significant sponsorship opportunities for WDF's brand partners.

According to WDF, McKim has recently signed a publishing deal with Nettwerk One Music Ltd and is a regular at the infamous King Tuts in Glasgow. WDF's digital media concept launched last year at the opening of Terminal 5, Heathrow.

Referring to the up and coming performance at Glasgow Airport on his website (, the young performer said: ‘I'm over the moon to have been asked to perform in the departure lounge at Glasgow airport in connection with World Duty Free!

‘The gig will take place on Thursday 2nd April and unfortunately, unless you're actually boarding a flight, you won't be able to come. 
BUT, the gig will be professionally filmed and as soon as it's ready, posted on’


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