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4 Apr 2013

Want To Play With The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain?

I am delighted to share this on behalf of the organisers of the Ukulele Festival Of Great Britain.



Bring your Ukelele to Wychwood Festival and play along with the ‘Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain’!

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Have you ever fancied joining a rogue band of underground, maverick ukulele players!? If so, this is your chance to join in our secret ukulele show! 

Bring your ukulele along to Wychwood Festival this Summer and you will have the opportunity to play along with the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain before their main stage performance on Sunday afternoon. Don't worry if your ukulele skills are a bit rusty; local ukulele group and organisers of the Ukulele Festival of Great Britain, The Ukeholics will be running a workshop on the Saturday of the festival to help you learn a few tunes and there will be a late night practice session on the campsite too! 

All participants will be told the time and location of the secret show on Sunday. You will then join forces with the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain and dozens of other ukulele players to spring a surprise performance on fellow festival goers. 

If you want to get involved, you can get 25% off festival tickets before the 18th April using the discount code 'uke' at http://www.wychwoodfestival.com/tickets or on 01993 772580



Sound like a great idea! Good luck with it!

2 comments :

  1. I'm getting to play with them this Saturday in Cerritos, CA, USA. Yay!!

    Link: http://www.cerritoscenter.com/tickets/production.aspx?productionSeasonId=4233

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  2. so jealous! i just found out they were playing less than five miles from my place in cerritos & its sold out! sad day.

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