Just the Best

Our Central Coast Ukulele and Folk Festival was a brilliant success.

A huge thank you to everyone for your amazing support, sharing your music and love.

A huge thank you to The Nukes for the best ever and sadly last concert together. It was superb never the less and we are going to miss you terribly. We loved every minute and thank you so much for sharing so much of your music with us over the weekend.

Here a a few pictures courtesy of myself and Don Dennes. – Thank you Don.

Day/night 1.

Day 2 and 3.

 

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Thank you

 

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Only 4 Days to go to the happiest event in 2018

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FINAL PROGRAM

CCUFF program 1 Saturday

CCUFF program 1 SUNDAY

WE CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU ALL IN A MATTER OF DAYS AND SHARE THE LOVE OF LIVE MUSIC.

WE ARE ESPECIALLY EXCITED ABOUT THE NUKES FROM NEW ZEALAND ARRIVING HERE ON FRIDAY AND THEIR WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE AT OUR DINNER SHOW ON FRIDAY EVENING.

WE HAVE A JAMMED PACKED WEEKEND OF FUN, MUSIC, DANCE, WORKSHOPS AND LAUGHTER FOR YOU THIS WEEKEND. SEE YOU SOON!

The 7th Central Coast Ukulele and Folk Festival 2018


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THE PROGRAM

CCUFF OVERVIEW

CCUFF program 1 Saturday

CCUFF program 1 SUNDAY

 

Central Coast Ukulele Folk festival 2018

Logo       CCUFF     Diggers Logo 2015   diggers

Our mission is to bring you laughter, love, to entertain you and help leave your troubles behind.

We believe in keeping music live and supporting live music and musicians.
We support our local, national and international musicians and artists.
(no exclusive contracts here)
Our festival is a FREE event. The only exclusion is Our Dinner Show which is catered so please call The Diggers to book a table on (02) 43323399
Our workshops are run by our wonderful musicians who like to share their knowledge. The workshops will be $20 and in the Pavillion room.
A very special announcement will be made during our festival too so you will not want  to miss out on this one.
Central Coast Ukulele Folk Festival 2018

Where:  Diggers (RSL ) at The Entrance, Central Coast Hwy, Long Jetty New South Wales

When:  24 – 26th August 2018

Program will be out shortly and online

A little taste of whats to come……..

Friday 24th August – our fabulous Dinner show featuring the best of local and international talent. Bookings essential through the Diggers call (02) 4332 3399 door open 6pm show start at 6.30pm- A brilliant night of Entertainment including

The Nukes from New Zealand

We have had the pleasure of booking this amazing trio a few times and they always deliver and never disappoint.

The Nukes – New Zealand’s original ukulele trio was founded on a crazy whim way back in 2008, by musical desperadoes David Parker, Ben Collier and Dave Thiele.

And what began as a trickle of original tunes soon turned into a musical torrent of biblical proportions- 3 albums and hundreds of shows later here they are celebrating 10 years together.

The past decade has seen The Nukes play their special blend of alt folk/country/roots up and down Aotearoa and beyond, taking in festivals (Womad, Splore, Auckland Folk Festival and many more in NZ and Australia) to theatres and venues up and down the country; No place is safe from The Nukes!

Now, as part of their ten year celebrations The Nukes return to the Central Coast (Yeah for us)  Audiences will be both amazed and possibly appalled by the rare feats of musicality forced upon these innocent wee instruments, slayed by the humour and scandalised by the scat.

IMG_4248

IUX4dkA8KGc_VJu5jCpoOANX2EvheJfrCDtY8-Vpqz4

Johnny Devilseed and Old Man Rubes

Formed in late 2010 by guitarist Hayden Maskey and blues harpist Paul Rubie, Johnny Devilseed & “Old Man Rubes” have been doin’ the rounds about towns, constantly blowin’ the doors off venues, every time they perform.
With a huge repertoire of original songs ranging from the old time era to the modern blues of today, their shows have been described by many as a, “full on, hardcore, foot to the floor, theatrical blues extravaganza!” A dirty Americana style Blues with plenty of talent and swagger, they are a cut above the rest and as their playful interaction seeped out into the crowd they had them from their very first number. (Dan Beazley – Newcastle Live)

IMG_4251

Connor Wink

Connor Wink is a young blind Singer, Songwriter and Ukulele Player from Newcastle, Australia. When Connor was two years old, he was playing songs that he had heard and liked on his toy piano. His parents realised that the ability to play by ear was a great gift and encouraged his playing. Later, when he was six, they set out to find a piano teacher to work with him.

By age 11, Connor had already recorded 2 CDs Sounds for Sight and Sounds for Sight: The Journey Continues at home with a 16 track mixer and sang and overdubbed own voice for backing vocals.

By the time he stopped classical training, he had reached Grade 3. During this time, Connor transitioned successfully to singing, due to his ability to memorize lyrics and music combined with his acute hearing, pitch. and unique voice. For a short time, Connor dabbled with the guitar; but later, he discovered the ukulele.

He had found his place as an artist.

IMG_4300

Shawn O’Friel

Shawn is by far an incredible talenetd musician from Hollywood Beach California. His style of music is brilliant and he is a start in his own right. He does not want any fuss he is here to perform for Connor Wink. Thank you Shawn.

IMG_4299

Ben Seymour

Benjamin Seymour is a  local singer, songwriter, musician from the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is his dream one day to travel to the Tamworth Country Music Festival and receive a Golden Guitar award for best male artist.

Ben is on tour throughout NSW country towns and took a break to perform at our festival. He is energetic, talented and very gifted singer musician.

Ben is an amazing new, very talented young star

IMG_4296

 

Mirrabooka will be your hosts

Mirrabooka are a remarkable four-piece band of experienced musicians. Collectively each member has been involved in the music industry for many decades and have performed with many artists/musicians and genres of music in that time.The band is made up of two couples, Rob and Liz and Rosie and Glenn and formed over 8 years ago. Mirrabooka are popular around their home town as well as national and international regions.

You’ll be inspired and captivated by the beautiful vocals and harmonies, the rhythmic songs and melodies of their originals songs and dance to their catchy covers.

Mirrabooka have a unique original sound of beautiful acoustic music made up with acoustic guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, drums, djembe drums and bass, then throw in some very catchy covers and great sense of humour and you have ‘Mirrabooka‘. Mirrabooka will be performing with the MBB on Saturday night so get ready to dance!

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Cameron Murray

It is our pleasure to invite Cameron back to our festival.

Cameron Murray has been playing ukulele and uke-banjo for more than half his life, his granddad teaching him ukulele when he was too small for a guitar.   He started playing in folk clubs with his father as a youngster.

A proponent of the George Formby strumming style, Cameron enjoys performing classic tunes from the 1920s and 1930s, as well as Hawaiian hits and originals.  Cameron is also a keen collector of vintage instruments and the publisher and editor of international ukulele magazine Kamuke (kamuke.com).

Look out for his new Album

 

Cameron Murray

That’s just for starters……

Plus our wonderful performances from

Flat Foot Floozies

Flat Foot Floozy

Foggy Foggy Duo

Foggy Foggy Duo

The Photons

The Photons

                                                                Ukenjamit

IMG_4371 (2)     ukenjamit dance of life studio gig June 2018

 

Stickie Fingers

sticky fingers

Ukelles

Ukelles

Small Hat Big Country

Small Hat Big Country

Piper Butcher

Piper Butcher

 

Ukastle Ukestra

Ukastle Ukestra

Just Jenny Williams

Just Jenny

Kristina Joy and The Z Chords

Kristina Joy and the Z Chords

The Hornsby Bugs

Hornsby-Bugs-Playing

UROC

UROC

Two Buck Blues Band

two buck blues band

and more………

Deb and Ivan Caldwell

Toast Garden

Threepence

threepense

Demented Ukeholics

The Bucket List

Cyprian Koffsovitz

Troubadours

The Old School

St Patricks Primary

Central Coast Ukulele Club

Central Coast Ukulele Club

The Mirrabooka Big Band featuring Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister

Saturday night is party night: get ready to let your hair down and enjoy the fun and fiesta with the MBB….. Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister and much much more…

rex_2          Leon Gaer     gordon rytmeister

and much more

Saturday 25th August full day of amazing acts and collectives plus workshops with the Nukes and Cameron Murray. More details soon.

Sunday we present the schools, workshops, collectives and special concerts from the beautiful folk element of our festival

email us at info@centralcoastukuleleclub.com  for more details

Central Coast Ukulele and Folk Festival 2018

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The Central Coast Ukulele Club and The Diggers at The Entrance proudly present..

Central Coast Ukulele Folk festival 2018

Logo       CCUFF     Diggers Logo 2015   diggers

Our mission is to bring you laughter, love, to entertain you and help leave your troubles behind.

We believe in keeping music live and supporting live music and musicians.
We support our local, national and international musicians and artists.
(no exclusive contracts here)
Our festival is a FREE event. The only exclusion is Our Dinner Show which is catered so please call The Diggers to book a table on (02) 43323399
Our workshops are run by our wonderful musicians who like to share their knowledge. The workshops will be $20 and in the Pavillion room.
A very special announcement will be made during our festival too so you will not want  to miss out on this one.
Central Coast Ukulele Folk Festival 2018

Where:  Diggers (RSL ) at The Entrance, Central Coast Hwy, Long Jetty New South Wales

When:  24 – 26th August 2018

Program will be out shortly and online

A little taste of whats to come……..

Friday 24th August – our fabulous Dinner show featuring the best of local and international talent. Bookings essential through the Diggers call (02) 4332 3399 door open 6pm show start at 6.30pm- A brilliant night of Entertainment including

The Nukes from New Zealand

We have had the pleasure of booking this amazing trio a few times and they always deliver and never disappoint.

The Nukes – New Zealand’s original ukulele trio was founded on a crazy whim way back in 2008, by musical desperadoes David Parker, Ben Collier and Dave Thiele.

And what began as a trickle of original tunes soon turned into a musical torrent of biblical proportions- 3 albums and hundreds of shows later here they are celebrating 10 years together.

The past decade has seen The Nukes play their special blend of alt folk/country/roots up and down Aotearoa and beyond, taking in festivals (Womad, Splore, Auckland Folk Festival and many more in NZ and Australia) to theatres and venues up and down the country; No place is safe from The Nukes!

Now, as part of their ten year celebrations The Nukes return to the Central Coast (Yeah for us)  Audiences will be both amazed and possibly appalled by the rare feats of musicality forced upon these innocent wee instruments, slayed by the humour and scandalised by the scat.

IMG_4248

IUX4dkA8KGc_VJu5jCpoOANX2EvheJfrCDtY8-Vpqz4

Johnny Devilseed and Old Man Rubes

Formed in late 2010 by guitarist Hayden Maskey and blues harpist Paul Rubie, Johnny Devilseed & “Old Man Rubes” have been doin’ the rounds about towns, constantly blowin’ the doors off venues, every time they perform.
With a huge repertoire of original songs ranging from the old time era to the modern blues of today, their shows have been described by many as a, “full on, hardcore, foot to the floor, theatrical blues extravaganza!” A dirty Americana style Blues with plenty of talent and swagger, they are a cut above the rest and as their playful interaction seeped out into the crowd they had them from their very first number. (Dan Beazley – Newcastle Live)

IMG_4251

Connor Wink

Connor Wink is a young blind Singer, Songwriter and Ukulele Player from Newcastle, Australia. When Connor was two years old, he was playing songs that he had heard and liked on his toy piano. His parents realised that the ability to play by ear was a great gift and encouraged his playing. Later, when he was six, they set out to find a piano teacher to work with him.

By age 11, Connor had already recorded 2 CDs Sounds for Sight and Sounds for Sight: The Journey Continues at home with a 16 track mixer and sang and overdubbed own voice for backing vocals.

By the time he stopped classical training, he had reached Grade 3. During this time, Connor transitioned successfully to singing, due to his ability to memorize lyrics and music combined with his acute hearing, pitch. and unique voice. For a short time, Connor dabbled with the guitar; but later, he discovered the ukulele.

He had found his place as an artist.

IMG_4300

Shawn O’Friel

Shawn is by far an incredible talenetd musician from Hollywood Beach California. His style of music is brilliant and he is a start in his own right. He does not want any fuss he is here to perform for Connor Wink. Thank you Shawn.

IMG_4299

Ben Seymour

Benjamin Seymour is a  local singer, songwriter, musician from the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is his dream one day to travel to the Tamworth Country Music Festival and receive a Golden Guitar award for best male artist.

Ben is on tour throughout NSW country towns and took a break to perform at our festival. He is energetic, talented and very gifted singer musician.

Ben is an amazing new, very talented young star

IMG_4296

 

Mirrabooka will be your hosts

Mirrabooka are a remarkable four-piece band of experienced musicians. Collectively each member has been involved in the music industry for many decades and have performed with many artists/musicians and genres of music in that time.The band is made up of two couples, Rob and Liz and Rosie and Glenn and formed over 8 years ago. Mirrabooka are popular around their home town as well as national and international regions.

You’ll be inspired and captivated by the beautiful vocals and harmonies, the rhythmic songs and melodies of their originals songs and dance to their catchy covers.

Mirrabooka have a unique original sound of beautiful acoustic music made up with acoustic guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, drums, djembe drums and bass, then throw in some very catchy covers and great sense of humour and you have ‘Mirrabooka‘. Mirrabooka will be performing with the MBB on Saturday night so get ready to dance!

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Cameron Murray

It is our pleasure to invite Cameron back to our festival.

Cameron Murray has been playing ukulele and uke-banjo for more than half his life, his granddad teaching him ukulele when he was too small for a guitar.   He started playing in folk clubs with his father as a youngster.

A proponent of the George Formby strumming style, Cameron enjoys performing classic tunes from the 1920s and 1930s, as well as Hawaiian hits and originals.  Cameron is also a keen collector of vintage instruments and the publisher and editor of international ukulele magazine Kamuke (kamuke.com).

Look out for his new Album

 

Cameron Murray

That’s just for starters……

Plus our wonderful performances from

Flat Foot Floozies

Flat Foot Floozy

Foggy Foggy Duo

Foggy Foggy Duo

The Photons

The Photons

                                                                Ukenjamit

IMG_4371 (2)     ukenjamit dance of life studio gig June 2018

 

Stickie Fingers

sticky fingers

Ukelles

Ukelles

Small Hat Big Country

Small Hat Big Country

Piper Butcher

Piper Butcher

 

Ukastle Ukestra

Ukastle Ukestra

Just Jenny Williams

Just Jenny

Kristina Joy and The Z Chords

Kristina Joy and the Z Chords

The Hornsby Bugs

Hornsby-Bugs-Playing

UROC

UROC

Two Buck Blues Band

two buck blues band

and more………

Deb and Ivan Caldwell

Toast Garden

Threepence

threepense

Demented Ukeholics

The Bucket List

Cyprian Koffsovitz

Troubadours

The Old School

St Patricks Primary

Central Coast Ukulele Club

Central Coast Ukulele Club

The Mirrabooka Big Band featuring Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister

Saturday night is party night: get ready to let your hair down and enjoy the fun and fiesta with the MBB….. Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister and much much more…

rex_2          Leon Gaer     gordon rytmeister

and much more

Saturday 25th August full day of amazing acts and collectives plus workshops with the Nukes and Cameron Murray. More details soon.

Sunday we present the schools, workshops, collectives and special concerts from the beautiful folk element of our festival

email us at info@centralcoastukuleleclub.com  for more details

Central Coast Ukulele and Folk festival 2018

ccukulelefestival2018poster2

The Central Coast Ukulele Club and The Diggers at The Entrance proudly present..

Central Coast Ukulele Folk festival 2018

 

Logo       CCUFF     Diggers Logo 2015   diggers

Our mission is to bring you laughter, love, to entertain you and help leave your troubles behind.

We believe in keeping music live and supporting live music and musicians.
We support our local, national and international musicians and artists.
(no exclusive contracts here)
Our festival is a FREE event. The only exclusion is Our Dinner Show which is catered so please call The Diggers to book a table on (02) 43323399
Our workshops are run by our wonderful musicians who like to share their knowledge. The workshops will be $20 and in the Pavillion room.
A very special announcement will be made during our festival too so you will not want  to miss out on this one.
Central Coast Ukulele Folk Festival 2018

Where:  Diggers (RSL ) at The Entrance, Central Coast Hwy, Long Jetty New South Wales

When:  24 – 26th August 2018

Program will be out shortly and online

A little taste of whats to come……..

Friday 24th August – our fabulous Dinner show featuring the best of local and international talent. Bookings essential through the Diggers call (02) 4332 3399 door open 6pm show start at 6.30pm- A brilliant night of Entertainment including

The Nukes from New Zealand

We have had the pleasure of booking this amazing trio a few times and they always deliver and never disappoint.

The Nukes – New Zealand’s original ukulele trio was founded on a crazy whim way back in 2008, by musical desperadoes David Parker, Ben Collier and Dave Thiele.

And what began as a trickle of original tunes soon turned into a musical torrent of biblical proportions- 3 albums and hundreds of shows later here they are celebrating 10 years together.

The past decade has seen The Nukes play their special blend of alt folk/country/roots up and down Aotearoa and beyond, taking in festivals (Womad, Splore, Auckland Folk Festival and many more in NZ and Australia) to theatres and venues up and down the country; No place is safe from The Nukes!

Now, as part of their ten year celebrations The Nukes return to the Central Coast (Yeah for us)  Audiences will be both amazed and possibly appalled by the rare feats of musicality forced upon these innocent wee instruments, slayed by the humour and scandalised by the scat.

IMG_4248

IUX4dkA8KGc_VJu5jCpoOANX2EvheJfrCDtY8-Vpqz4

Johnny Devilseed and Old Man Rubes

Formed in late 2010 by guitarist Hayden Maskey and blues harpist Paul Rubie, Johnny Devilseed & “Old Man Rubes” have been doin’ the rounds about towns, constantly blowin’ the doors off venues, every time they perform.
With a huge repertoire of original songs ranging from the old time era to the modern blues of today, their shows have been described by many as a, “full on, hardcore, foot to the floor, theatrical blues extravaganza!” A dirty Americana style Blues with plenty of talent and swagger, they are a cut above the rest and as their playful interaction seeped out into the crowd they had them from their very first number. (Dan Beazley – Newcastle Live)

IMG_4251

Connor Wink

Connor Wink is a young blind Singer, Songwriter and Ukulele Player from Newcastle, Australia. When Connor was two years old, he was playing songs that he had heard and liked on his toy piano. His parents realised that the ability to play by ear was a great gift and encouraged his playing. Later, when he was six, they set out to find a piano teacher to work with him.

By age 11, Connor had already recorded 2 CDs Sounds for Sight and Sounds for Sight: The Journey Continues at home with a 16 track mixer and sang and overdubbed own voice for backing vocals.

By the time he stopped classical training, he had reached Grade 3. During this time, Connor transitioned successfully to singing, due to his ability to memorize lyrics and music combined with his acute hearing, pitch. and unique voice. For a short time, Connor dabbled with the guitar; but later, he discovered the ukulele.

He had found his place as an artist.

IMG_4300

Shawn O’Friel

Shawn is by far an incredible talenetd musician from Hollywood Beach California. His style of music is brilliant and he is a start in his own right. He does not want any fuss he is here to perform for Connor Wink. Thank you Shawn.

IMG_4299

Ben Seymour

Benjamin Seymour is a  local singer, songwriter, musician from the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is his dream one day to travel to the Tamworth Country Music Festival and receive a Golden Guitar award for best male artist.

Ben is on tour throughout NSW country towns and took a break to perform at our festival. He is energetic, talented and very gifted singer musician.

Ben is an amazing new, very talented young star

IMG_4296

 

Mirrabooka will be your hosts

Mirrabooka are a remarkable four-piece band of experienced musicians. Collectively each member has been involved in the music industry for many decades and have performed with many artists/musicians and genres of music in that time.The band is made up of two couples, Rob and Liz and Rosie and Glenn and formed over 8 years ago. Mirrabooka are popular around their home town as well as national and international regions.

You’ll be inspired and captivated by the beautiful vocals and harmonies, the rhythmic songs and melodies of their originals songs and dance to their catchy covers.

Mirrabooka have a unique original sound of beautiful acoustic music made up with acoustic guitars, mandolins, ukuleles, drums, djembe drums and bass, then throw in some very catchy covers and great sense of humour and you have ‘Mirrabooka‘. Mirrabooka will be performing with the MBB on Saturday night so get ready to dance!

1800 Mirrabooka Band.mp4.Still024

Cameron Murray

It is our pleasure to invite Cameron back to our festival.

Cameron Murray has been playing ukulele and uke-banjo for more than half his life, his granddad teaching him ukulele when he was too small for a guitar.   He started playing in folk clubs with his father as a youngster.

A proponent of the George Formby strumming style, Cameron enjoys performing classic tunes from the 1920s and 1930s, as well as Hawaiian hits and originals.  Cameron is also a keen collector of vintage instruments and the publisher and editor of international ukulele magazine Kamuke (kamuke.com).

Look out for his new Album

 

Cameron Murray

That’s just for starters……

Plus our wonderful performances from

Flat Foot Floozies

Flat Foot Floozy

Foggy Foggy Duo

Foggy Foggy Duo

The Photons

The Photons

Ukenjamit

IMG_4371 (2)

Sticky Fingers

 

sticky fingers

Ukelles

Ukelles

Small Hat Big Country

Small Hat Big Country

Piper Butcher

Piper Butcher

 

Ukastle Ukestra

Ukastle Ukestra

Just Jenny Williams

Just Jenny

Kristina Joy and The Z Chords

Kristina Joy and the Z Chords

The Hornsby Bugs

Hornsby-Bugs-Playing

UROC

UROC

Two Buck Blues Band

two buck blues band

and more………

Deb and Ivan Caldwell

Toast Garden

Threepence

threepense

Demented Ukeholics

The Bucket List

Cyprian Koffsovitz

Troubadours

The Old School

St Patricks Primary

Central Coast Ukulele Club

Central Coast Ukulele Club

The Mirrabooka Big Band featuring Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister

Saturday night is party night: get ready to let your hair down and enjoy the fun and fiesta with the MBB….. Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister and much much more…

rex_2          Leon Gaer     gordon rytmeister

and much more

Saturday 25th August full day of amazing acts and collectives plus workshops with the Nukes and Cameron Murray. More details soon.

Sunday we present the schools, workshops, collectives and special concerts from the beautiful folk element of our festival

email us at info@centralcoastukuleleclub.com  for more details

Our Festival

Aloha

Our festival is not far off now. 24th-26th August 2018

We have been travelling of late and performed at the Mandorah Ukulele Folk festival in Darwin. Always such a delight and so much fun. We Cant wait for our festival.

Our trip to Darwin and the Northern Territory was very successful, we had a wonderful trip.
It was hot and humid in Darwin and they certainly know how to celebrate Northern Territory day by nearly burning down the town!
The MUFF festival was full of characters and busy as usual.
We received a huge thank you from the organizers and were mentioned a number of times during the program. Mirrabooka got everyone up dancing as the sun set over the Timor Sea. AJ Leonard, Azo Bell were there also it was great to catch up with the guys from the Ukulele Death Squad.
A huge thank you to everyone who joined us on this trip,
All our classes are back to normal from tomorrow….
Monday Lake Munmorah
beginners class 9.15am-10.15am (approx)
all levels class  10.30am-12.30pm
Tuesday Woy Woy CWA
beginners class 5pm-6pm
all levels class 6.30pm-8.30pm
Wednesday Diggers @ The Entrance
all levels 6.30pm-8.30pm
(please note that on the 12th September the Diggers have a huge wedding booked so there will be no uke class that night)
Thursday East Gosford Scout Hall
all levels 10am-12pm
I am really looking forward in seeing you all. I feel like its been ages!
Next open Mic
Sunday July 22nd from 3pm-7pm at the Tall Timbers Hotel Ourimbah,
Festival
Our Dinner Show tickets are still available and it will be a brilliant night of entertainment.
Friday 24th August from 6pm-10.30pm
a brilliant night of entertainment is set. Please tell your friends.
tickets on sale now at the Diggers or please call (02) 43323399
Saturday 25th August from 11.30am to Midnight
Performances from Collectives from all around Australia, Cameron Murray, The Nukes, Mirrabooka.
Come and and a let your hair down on Saturday night with the MBB and dance the night away a  brilliant night planned.
Sunday 25th August 11.30 -5.30am
Our young entertainers, workshops, groups plus our folk element.
Join us for a fabulous  festival, free entry.
Open Mic or blackboard events
workshops $20 – The Nukes, Cameron Murray, plus more.
Program is under construction and will be online soon
Keep warm and I hope you are well and happy.
cheers
Liz

Central Coast Ukulele Folk festival 2018

Yes not long to go now folks for our 7th ukulele festival with a little bit of folk thrown in this year.

where?  Diggers RSL at The Entrance, Central Coast Hwy, Long Jetty New South Wales

When?  24 – 26th August 2018

Program will be out shortly

A little taste of whats to come……..

Friday 24th August – our fabulous Dinner show featuring the best of local and international talent. Bookings essential through the Diggers call (02) 4332 3399 door open 6pm show start at 6.30pm- A brilliant night of Entertainment including

The Nukes from New Zealand

IMG_4248

IUX4dkA8KGc_VJu5jCpoOANX2EvheJfrCDtY8-Vpqz4

Johnny Devilseed and Old Man Rubes

IMG_4251

Connor Wink

IMG_4300

with Shawn O’Friel

IMG_4299

and amazing new, very talented young star

Ben Seymour

IMG_4296

IMG_4294

Mirrabooka will be your hosts

1800 Mirrabooka Band.mp4.Still024

That’s just for starters everyone

Saturday 25th August full day of amazing acts and collectives plus workshops with the Nukes and Cameron Murray. More details soon.

Saturday night is party night: get ready to let your hair down and enjoy the fun and fiesta with the MBB…..

rex_2 Leon Gaer gordon rytmeister

1800 Mirrabooka Band.mp4.Still024

Rex Goh, Leon Gaer, Gordon Rytmeister and much much more…

Sunday we present the schools and yet more workshops, collectives and special concerts.

email us at info@centralcoastukuleleclub.com  for more details