Central Coast Ukulele and Folk Festival 2019
The Festival on Saturday 24th is from 10am - midnight! This festival is unique in that it brings people from all ages and walks of life together to make and enjoy music. You can come and strum at our big strum, watch the entertainment and or sing along with some great tunes. The program is jam-packed with Ukulele clubs from across the nation as well as many professional Ukulele and international acts.
The fun continues Saturday night at The Diggers with the amazing talents of our main acts including the Ukulele Death Squad, Paul Jonson, Mirrabooka and Cameron Murray.
plus special guests!
There will be workshops for those wishing to learn something new to take part in. The workshops have been handpicked with brilliant mentors and teachers. To book a workshop check our website or put your name down on the day. They are $20 per head per workshop on Saturday and Sunday. Check the program or website for details. Whether it's learning to strum and play chords or fingerpicking, playing the blues or even blowing a harp it will be all there. We have stalls and a luthier on standby both days for all your instrument needs.
There will be plenty of food available in restaurants, bars, and coffee shop. Clean restrooms and views of the beautiful Tuggerah Lakes. There are two stages plus an open mic and blackboard events.
Come along and join us at the Diggers near the beautiful seaside location of The Entrance on the New South Wales Central Coast for the 8th annual Central Coast Ukulele Folk Festival for a happy weekend of music and friends.
There will be a courtesy bus available both Friday and Saturday night for those staying in town.
We'd like to thank all our sponsors and the ukulele collectives that help make this a unique happy event!
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