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Ukulele Festival and Open Day
Camelon Community Centre, Falkirk
Sunday  30th June 10.30am - 8.00pm

Over 80 Performers come together in this one day Musical Extravaganza! 

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A huge thank you to everyone that took part in the Festival.

Here are a some highlights from this Amazing Day!

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Open Jam Sessions; ongoing throughout the day; 11.00am - 6.30pm

Join in the Open Jam Sessions throughout the day where players of all levels can connect with each other in a fun and relaxed environment. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro these sessions provide the perfect opportunity to play music and meet new people.   

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Looking for a fun and unique experience? Check out the workshops available at this year's Ukulele Festival! From beginner to advanced, there's something for everyone. Book your spot now and join the fun!

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Looking for a chance to showcase your talent? Our Open Mic event is the perfect opportunity to have a go and share your skills with a supportive audience.

Don't miss out on this exciting event, and a time to shine!

Stage time is limited to 3 songs (10 mins), but will depend on how many performers take part. 


We are delighted to be hosting 6 amazing Ukulele Groups from across the Central Belt of Scotland, that will be performing in the Main Hall. 

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Information Session for Beginners 12:30 - 1:00pm

Our FREE information sessions are perfect for complete beginners and new players. Suitable for both right and left-handed players! so everyone can participate. Our experienced Players will be on hand to guide you through the Ukulele basics gearing you up for

The Complete Beginners Workshop and Jam Sessions.


Evening Concert; 6:30 - 7:00pm

Swing/Jazz-style Ukulele ensemble like no other!

Great songs and performance with elements of humour. You could say we're The Ukulele Gangsters of Falkirk; ‘fun’ with a hint of 'Scary'. Let us take you on a Musical Journey to a time when ‘hits’ had a very different meaning.

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