A Season Ticket is your 4 day festival ticket. This year it is from 1st May to 4th May inclusive. Monday 4th May is a public holiday.
All workshops and concerts are included in the ticket price.
Go to our ticket page right here: http://www.sunshinecoastukulelefest.com/tickets/ and follow the prompts. You will be transferred to trybooking.com where you can purchase your festival tickets and your camp/caravan tickets.
Yes, you can. You will be able to buy festival tickets for any of the days at the Admin tent in the festival village on the show-grounds oval.
Children 15 years and younger are free. 16+ must purchase a valid Adult ticket.
Yes, up to a week before the festival starts. Final date for requesting a refund is 24th April. If a refund is required, please email email@example.com
Sunshine Coast Ukulele Festival does not offer Seniors tickets.
Yes, you can. Powered sites book out quickly, but there will be plenty of unpowered sites. If no sites available when you arrive you will be directed to a another camping area of the show-grounds called the Mill. You will pay the the show-grounds caretaker.
When you drive in through the main gate at the show-grounds you will be met with our wonderful volunteers who will check your tickets, then they will direct you to your booked site. If you do not have any tickets, you will be directed to park your car, to enable you to go and purchase your tickets before directing you to a camp site.
Only one tent is permitted on each site. And only one car.
Only one car permitted on each site.
Yes, you can book from Monday 27th April right through to Tuesday morning 5th May.
If you have a group of friends that you want to be near in the campsite please contact Bruce Withnall who is in charge of festival camping. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can book into the show-grounds any time. SCUF has booked the show-grounds from Monday 27th April to Sunday 14th April (Sunday night inclusive).
Yes, there will be workshops for all standards of playing.
Yes, there will be workshops for beginners and and for more advanced ukers.
Yes, dogs are allowed, but they are not permitted inside the venue areas.
Start working on your song as our annual songwriting comp is on again this year to festival patrons only. Please check the program when it comes out for the day and time.
Please bring your own water bottles as Unity Water will have their water van parked on-site for your re-fills.
Yes, there will be food vans and a coffee van set up in the festival village and it is only a 5 minute walk into town to purchase food and drink supplies. There's Kenilworth Pub for great meals and lots of lovely cafes and a bakery.
Yes. Some workshops and activities will be held in the main hall upstairs. You will be able to access the hall via the lift. All other venues are at ground level.
Yes it will. All concert and workshop venues are under cover and the festival village has plenty of cover for sitting, relaxing, eating, drinking and jamming.
Yes, trained and qualified people will be on-site.
No, we do not have the facilities supply Wi -fi.
Yes, we will have a charging hub in the Admin tent.
Yes, we love our volunteers. If you have purchased your festival ticket, you can volunteer on the application on our website: Click here to volunteer.Please note that we do not give free tickets for volunteering. We give all our volunteers a free Crew t-shirt.
Yes most definitely. What better way to get you energised and fresh for the day. Lynetter will be holding Tai Chi classes each festival morning at 8am upstairs in the hall. The cost is a gold coin donation.
The program will be available when all aspects of the festival are "set in concrete" ie: when all the artists have been booked to perform and we have worked out all the times and venues they will be playing at.
Playing up and down the main street of Kenilworth is lots of fun and the shopkeepers are generally pretty keen.
Harvey Bryce will be running the walk-ups at the pub again this year from 11am to 3pm each day of the festival.