These festivals are annual, semi-annual or first time events. Be sure to check their web site for the current dates.
( from festival's site ) - Blackwater Ukulele Festival at Cypress Gardens October 13, 2012
Canberra Ukulele Festival of Fun
Ukelyptus and the Tuggeranong Arts Centre
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
137 Reed Street, Greenway
PO Box 1143 Tuggeranong ACT 2901
( from festival's site ) - October 19th 2012, Ukelyptus and the Tuggeranong Arts Centre.
Ukelyptus is a company with branches in Canberra and Sydney providing ukulele resources, woodwind, brass, workshops and ensemble leadership to enthusiasts of all levels in a welcoming, community environment. With extensive experience in business, education and performance, Ukelyptus makes the opportunity to play in a stage-band available to everyone through the magic of the ukulele. We even assign Strum Chums from Ukelyptus to guide beginners through their first few sessions.
(from festival site) - Swallow Hill Music Association is pleased to present a unique festival for uke lovers. This one-day event will give participants a lot of bang for their buck. There will be morning and afternoon ukulele workshops, jamming and open stages in the café, ukulele builders and vendors, and an evening concert in Daniels Hall.
Liverpool Ukulele Ceilidh Society
P.O. Box 549,
Milton, Nova Scotia
(from festival site) - The International Ukulele Ceilidh features major concerts, several workshops, ad-lib jamming sessions, street busking, the latest inductee to the Ukulele Hall of Fame, and a general party like atmosphere in the tradition of an old-fashioned ceilidh.
The Liverpool Ukulele Ceilidh Society is a not for profit organization.The future success of our festival depends on the role of our sponsors and private donations. Through generous past support we have been able to continue to host the Ceilidh in Liverpool and we are very grateful for the role that our sponsors and donors have played in supporting us. If you are able to contribute to the Ceilidh's success, private donations are also welcome.
Date : October 8th 2011
Time: 12:00 - 7:00
( from festival's site ) - The festival is our way of introducing people to the culture, spirit and sounds of Hawaiian music. The art of playing the ukulele has a major impact on the Hawaiian culture. A culture that transcends across many musical boundaries outside of Hawaii. As such, we are striving to preserve this art and culture through all ages and in our communities. The ukulele is not just an instrument; it’s a way of life.
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