Festival 2024 Poster [Recovered]


We have some great artists Performing at our Concerts which will be held in the Beautiful Kenilworth Hall. The Concerts will be held on the evenings of Friday 24th, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May.


We have some really Fabulous Workshops happening on Friday, Saturday and Sunday Mornings to hone you skills to the next level.

We will be having some great Jam Sessions in the Festival Village each afternoon.

Wander down to the Kenilworth Pub and put your name down for the Open Mic which will be held every afternoon from 1-3pm. Or, just sit down with a drink and enjoy the Entertainment.

John Pascua will be running a Drumming Workshop in the Hall on Sunday Morning. John will bring along some Drums to use- if you don’t have one. All drums and Drummers are welcome.

Ceilidh Dancing is the Scottish equivalent of an Australian Bush Dance which Focuses on Accessibility and Community. Graeme, a Ceilidh Caller/ Instructor for more than two decades, has run events around the world for Community Groups and Large Festivals.

Camping at the Showgrounds is so much fun with lots of neighbours to meet and have a Jam Session with. The sound of Ukuleles playing throughout the camp is wonderful. There are powered and unpowered site for your caravan or tent.

Graeme “The Scotsman” McColgan is a Scottish Musician and Ceilidh Caller who swapped the dreich drizzle of Scotland for the Sunny Shores of Sydney. Graeme who plays the ukulele, has a true passion for Celtic Music, captivating crowds with a distinct blend of Traditional Folk and Contemporary influences.

Ukulele Band- Mama Juju & The Jam Tarts play original songs which feature ukulele but also like to find and arrange kooky, unusual or unexpected songs for the ukulele. From sweet jazz through to sassy blues and electrified rock ukulele complemented by drums, bass, flute and harmonica. The band features a multi- instrumental line up including drums, guitars, ukuleles, bass, flute, piccolo, harmonica and whatever other instruments they can lay their hands on.

A.J. & Jenny

Since multi-instrumentalist, arranger and composer AJ Leonard visited Hawaii in 2006 and developed a serious itch for the ‘jumping flea’ he has pretty much become a one-instrument man and one of Australia’s pioneering ukulele players. After attending the VCA, Jenny Rowlands continued her study of the cello overseas and has performed professionally throughout the classical scene in Australia. Their appreciation of classical music, Tin Pan Alley tunes, Tropicana and music from films combined with AJ’s love of historical fact and Jenny’s classical flare to present concert goers with a musical experience that crosses time zones – combining timeless melodies with an irresistible blend of abandon and precision.

The Fabulous Mick Angeles will keep us all busy with his Jam Sessions and Walk ups in the Village Square.

These talented teenagers play complex ukulele and vocal arrangements of classical and modern pop and rock songs and fiery instrumentals. The girls will have you mesmerised with their Ukulele skills and Vocal Harmonies.

We are in for some great Jam Sessions with our SCUM Band – Totally Undecided.

Lynne and Geoff on Ukulele, Karen on Keyboards, Richard on Ukulele Bass and Geoffrey on Electric Slide, singing from our Scum book. You are in for a great Session

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