We acknowledge the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community as the traditional and continuing custodians of Lutruwita. We honour Elders, past and present, and pay our respects to
all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Together we live, work, play and learn on what always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.
Showcasing some of the best artists from across the country at 2 feature concerts. These will be held on the evenings of Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd March
Workshops galore to suit every uketastic skill needed to take your playing to the next levelWorkshops will be running ALL day on Saturday 23rd and in the morning of Sunday 24th March.
No uke festival would be complete without plenty of audience participation! Get involved with our singalong concerts, open mic, ukulele flashmob and the raucous Uke Jam on Sunday.
HOSTED BY PAUL JONSON (NZ)
Brace yourself for a bloody wild ride as the Jamboree All Stars take you on a mad, fun filled journey around ukulele town! Multiple performers from all over Oz/NZ!
Thursday 21st March - 6.30pm - 9.30pm
Du Cane Brewing in Elizabeth St
Earl Arts Centre
Brisbane Street Mall
Join The Scotsman and crew in the Brisbane Street Mall for a riotous mass performance of a well-known easy song! Register your interest and get the song emailed to you. Let's see if we can bust our 2023 record of 100 ukesters making a racket!
It can be a big decision to travel to a festival, we get it.
Our FAQs should cover everything you’ll need to know to have the very best experience possible at our 2024 Launceston Ukulele Jamboree but please feel free to reach out if you have any questions at all.
Can’t wait to see you all there!
The festival will take place across 3 venues in Launceston, TAS
See maps below for more info
There’s loads of B&Bs, Pubs and hotels in Launceston and surrounding area so check those out.
We have secured some discounted with local hotels.
More info can be found here – www.ukuleletasmania.com.au/launceston
Of course, you can!
We have workshops all day Sat and Sun morning.
These are hosted by our professional performers.
The workshops are designed for everyone to take part whether you are an expert or brand new to the uke.
Tickets are required for all concerts and workshops details of which can be found on the ticketing page – https://theatrenorth.com.au/whats-on
The Sunday UkeJam and Mall Stage are free to attend
We have performances from some of the best ukulele artists in the country including The Stovies, Don’t Tell Bruce, Duplicity, Green Fieldz and many more
More info on our artists can be found in the line-up section of the page
Over the last 3 years we have had some incredible music, made awesome new friends and had a LOT of fun along the way.
Check out our galleries to see what we’ve been up to…you might even see a familiar face or two!
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