Ropetackle Arts Centre
A little bit Country – this year’s line up
11.00 Doors open
11.40 – 12.05 Auditorium Sir Robert Woodard AcademyThe enthusiastic and talented youngsters open the event.
12.05 – 12.55 Foyer J’ukebox Ukulele ShowbandThe well-renowned Bill Ferguson and friends will delight us with their unique style of performance.
13.05 – 13.35 Auditorium Printers Ukulele ArmyMaking their debut at the festival, this Eastbourne-based group will amaze you with their ukulele prowess. Be ready to sing and play along.
13.40 – 14.20 Foyer Beachwood BoysThese young accomplished musical brothers will give a truly memorable performance.
14.25 – 14.45 Foyer Pevensey Ukulele GroupPlay and sing along with this well-established ukulele group.
14.55 – 15.35 Auditorium Philippa LeighA very skilled performer who is also offering an unmissable workshop.
15.50 – 16.30 Foyer Absolutely UkelessSit back and listen to one of our very own home-grown ukulele bands bringing their special kind of music to the festival.
16.35 – 17.20 Auditorium Opera-leleThe unique music and comedy duo will bring you an unforgettable performance. They are also giving a memorable workshop.
17.30 – 18.15 Auditorium League of Ukulele GentlemenOur dynamic and versatile headline act will wow you with their ukulele skills. A fun and informative workshop is available too.
18.20 – 18.30 Auditorium Drawing the Raffle
18.20 – 19.00 Auditorium A Little Bit CountryOur very own Quayside Ukes Country Band will delight you with some firm Country & Western favourites.
This will lead into the final jam of the festival with a selection of much-loved tunes such as Fisherman’s Blues and Knocking on Heaven’s door, keeping the tradition alive as laid down by festival founder Lawrie Stevens.