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27 Feb 2011

LONE STAR UKE FEST 2011

Kathy from Dallas Ukulele Headquarters has been in touch with me to help spread the word regarding the Lone Star Uke Fest 2011 - more than happy to help spread the word about any ukulele festival!  This reminder serves to let people know that tomorrow, Monday 28th is the last day to get the early bird price - so if you were thinking of going, place your order ASAP and save money.

BACH TO TEXAS with ALOHA! LONE STAR UKE FEST 2011 - DALLAS, TEXAS.

April 7th- 9th, 2011 ( 3 day Uke Fest)

It's intriguing, but why is the theme "Bach to Texas with Aloha"?

What does BACH, one of the greatest composers of all time, have to do with Texas, Aloha ... and You? This year the Lone Star Uke Fest is very proud to kick off the festival with the first ever classical and peace related ukulele concert! Your favorite performers will really be "puttin' on the ritz". The festival is in Texas, so we've got to flavor it with a little swing and our talent from Hawaii will add a touch of the Aloha spirit. And, if you've been to the Lone Star Uke Fest before ... this year, you'll be coming Bach to Texas!

Monday, Feb 28th is THE LAST DAY to get the Early Bird Rate!

Don’t miss “Ukulele Mike” (Michael Lynch), Pops Bayless, Kimo Hussey, Ukulele Bartt, Gerald Ross, Michelle Kiba, Mark Spanky Guiterrez, The Wahooligans, Dennis McBride and more!!

TWO concerts this year!

The stars of the ukulele world are coming to Dallas!

$100 deposit. LOCKS in the rate.

Deadline: midnight Monday, Feb. 28, 2011.

SAVE AND STRUM!

Payment plans available as follows;
1/3 payment made this month - February - due by Midnight - Feb. 28, 2011
1/3 payment made in March
1/3 payment made in April

Contact Noel Tardy Co-Chair of the Fest noel.tardy@yahoo.com to make your deposit.

For more info and to view the class schedule visit the website http://www.lonestarukefest.com


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