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David Knight - 7th Nov 2014

The UK Music Video Awards 2014 - the seventh annual awards celebration of British music videos - takes place in three days time on Monday, November 10th at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, in central London.

Over 30 awards will be presented at the UKMVAs 2014, to honour the best British and international music videos of the past year, and the creativity and technical excellence of the people who've made them.

Preparations for the ceremony, to be presented by Adam Buxton, are almost complete, and doors open at 6.45 on Monday for the biggest celebration of the year in music videos.

Tickets for the awards ceremony, including the aftershow party are still available, together with aftershow-only tickets. Book now at the UK Music Video Awards website.

David Knight - 7th Nov 2014

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