Ukulele Events and Festivals for April 2016


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April

02/04/16 Big Boat on the Thames.
London, UK
Ahoy there! Shiver Me Timbers! And lots more nautical terms that, given this is a fantastic day out on the Thames, not the ocean, are not really appropriate! Big Boat on the Thames gives ukulele players a wonderful day in the capital, beginning with a boat trip aboard the Dixie Queen.
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02/04/16 Skipsea Ukulele Festival .
Skipsea Village Hall, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, UK
Skipsea Ukulele Festival aims to bring together Ukulele players and enthusiasts from all over Yorkshire and beyond.
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08/04/16 Norfolk Island Ukulele Festival.
Aukland, New Zealand
During the Festival players will enjoy playing at scenic locations, a boat special on the Lagoon and on Norfolk’s only roundabout. Besides interesting workshops and Island rhythms.
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14/04/16 8th Annual Reno Ukulele Festival.
The biggest little ukefest in the west features it’s biggest cast of instructor/performers and largest vendor marketplace yet! With Peter Luongo, Sarah Maisel, Craig Chee and more!
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14/04/16 Sunshine Coast Ukulele Fest.
Kenilworth, Queensland, Australia
Welcome to SCUF 2016. We plan on giving you a festival to be remembered!
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15/04/16 3rd Annual Allegheny Ukulele Soiree.
The Laurel Lodge, Altoona, PA, USA
Nestled in the foothills of the Alleghenies, we have a fantastic line up this year and with over 18 workshops to choose from, you’re sure to have a fantastic weekend with us!
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23/04/16 1st Pacific Rim Ukulele Festival.
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Enjoy professional stages, master workshops a handicrafts fair and much more!
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24/04/16 Uke ‘N’ Brew Spring-a-lele Festival.
Waubeeka Golflinks Route7 Williamstown, MA,USA
Jams, Lessons, Raffle, Pub food, beverages and performances.
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24/04/16 22nd Annual Ukulele Festival of Northern California.
Chabot College, Hayward, California, USA.
The Festival was founded by the late “uncles” Hollis Baker and John Ogao, known musicians from the San Francisco Bay Area’s Polynesian Community.
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