Frome Ukulele Festival
Saturday 28th March
12.00 to 17.00
The 2020 Frome Ukulele Festival is on Saturday 28th March. Similar to last year, there will be lots of workshops, and Open Mic, and evening concert and a Battle of the Bands .
Activities will be based around the town – which is hilly!
Rook Lane will be our base for the day and will house registration – open from 12 noon until 5 pm.
The Cheese and Grain will host the evening concert and meal
23 Bath Street will again host the Battle of The Bands.
Workshops will be at Rook Lane, The Cornerhouse, The Three Swans and The Granary (The George Hotel).
Tea/coffee/cake will be available from 12-5pm at Rook Lane (our base for the day) and an evening meal is available (pre-booked) at The Cheese and Grain.
If you have any questions contact email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on the 28th March.
Workshops (included in your ticket)
There will be workshops in SINGING, SONG ARRANGEMENTS, BLUES, and JAMMING – and, new for this year, PERCUSSION, a SLOW JAM and PICKING AND STRUMMING.
You sign up on the day at Rook Lane. First come, first served. Where possible, workshops will be offered twice.
All workshops are included in your festival ticket.
Do you fancy performing? Put your name down as soon as you arrive and perform on stage at Rook Lane. Hosted by the magnificently be-suited Carl Sutterby!
Will there be a SING ALONG – of course, bring your uke and percussion.
Hosted by The Cheese and Grain, our evening concert can also include street food, but this must be booked in advance. It was amazing last year and included vegetarian and vegan options.
After the Battle of the Bands Final, Bath based supergroup The Mother Pluckers will take to the stage, followed by our surprise guests – Feral Beryl (ooops – there’s the surprise gone!) The Mighty Frukes close proceedings with lots of new songs (well, new to them.)
Battle of the Bands
Won by The Mother Pluckers last year, the competition will be run by the Bath-based belles and our own Mike and Sally Stephenson. The rules and entry form are here. There is no extra charge to enter – but all band members need a Full Festival Ticket.
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