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Have a look at all the fabulous things we have in store for you in 2024
Andy's Gob Iron Gang

Mouth Organ Workshop for beginners

Saturday & Sunday sessions both at 2.30 - 3.30 in Melrose Hall

then a performance to show off what you've learned Sunday 6pm on The Rugby Club Stage

£10 for all 3 sessions. Every penny raised goes to the Summer Strum & our charities.

If you would like to book onto any of our other workshops please click onto the accompanying link which will take you through to Eventbrite
Saturday Workshops
Power Ballad Yoga with Yin Yan Yoga

Saturday 11.30 - 12 in the Summer Strum Gazebo


Just when you thought yoga could get no better, along comes this mash-up to prove you wrong!

It's the most fun you can have with your clothes on. And by clothes we mean sweatbands, leotards & leg-warmers. Crack out those 80s power moves you practice in the mirror when no one's looking.

Now is their time to shine!

Check out YinYan's fabulous classes and retreats 

Crafty Kids with
Mama Mo & Co

Saturday 12.15 - 1.15 

in the Summer Strum Gazebo


Our very own Queen of Craft will get creative imaginations flowing with exciting things for kids to make & do.

Remember though - she's not a babysitter - she's a Queen!

We will provide all crafty materials. No charge. 

Ukulele for Beginners with Ian Cassidy

Saturday 1.30 - 2.15 in Melrose Hall

Our very own Rev Cass teaches you everything you need to know to get you started on your ukulele journey. Just look around you at the fabulousness of this festival - you know it's worth it!

Songwriting with Alison Benson

Saturday 4 - 5 in Melrose Hall

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Singer/songwriter and gig-loving ukulele player Alison is also the Liverpool Acoustic Songwriting Challenge 2019 winner. Her debut EP Paths & Stories was released in 2021. She's made time in her busy schedule to come & teach budding songwriters how to write amazing songs.

Check out Alison's music

Sunday Workshops
Learn to crochet with Rachael Gill

Sunday 12 - 12.45 in the Summer Strum Gazebo

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Ukulele overload? Do something different and learn to crochet with our industry expert. Everything you need is provided and you'll make something gorgeous to take away with you.

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Check out Rachael's gorgeous creations at her Summer Strum Festival stall

Violet's Handmade Emporium or online at -  

Crafty Kids with
Mama Mo & Co

Sunday 1 - 2.15

in the Summer Strum Gazebo


 Your kids will be putting the finishing touches to their fantastical creations, so you better find some space on your shelves for their monstrosities... er masterpieces! 

Remember though - Mama Mo's not a babysitter - she's the Queen of Craft!

We will provide all crafty materials. No charge. 

Other stuff to do...
R & J Amusements

Keep the kids (big & small) entertained on R & J's games & inflatables!

There will be a small charge for these, but hey - the rest of the festival is FREE!

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Mama Mo's Play Your Cards Right

If you play your cards right you could be the winner of a fabulous prize AND help us to raise loads of money!

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The Dolly's will be doing their dealing at 3.15 in the Marquee Tent.

You can't buy this much fun.


Well actually you can... tickets are only £2 each!

Busking Bus

Some legendary impromptu videos have been recorded on this busking bus and shared on social media. We're thrilled to say the big bus is making a return for this year's festival.


Get on there and show the world how much fun you can have with a ukulele.

Food Stalls

Our selection of delicious savoury and sweet delights means you won't go hungry.

This year we have vegan options too!

Artisan Stalls

With something for everyone, from hand-knitted clothes to festival headbands, vintage finds and beautiful things made of wood.


Friday 7pm - late

Marquee Tent

Open Mic with

Dave Cornett

Saturday 10.30 - 11.15  Marquee Tent

Uke Tok

Breakfast Strum-along.

Saturday 3 - 3.40

Marquee Tent

D'Ukes of Hazzard Afternoon Strum-along

There's LOADS of opportunities to get involved.

Sunday 10.30 - 11.15 Marquee Tent

Rev Cass & The Sisters

of Mersey

Sunday Service


(Praise the Uke)

Sunday 7.40 - 8

Main Stage

Farewell Strum-along with Sunday Headliners Midlife Crisis Club

Sunday at 8 

Rugby Club House

Open Mic with EasyBees 


Bag yourself a gorgeous prize and support the festival & our charities at the same time. 

Message us on facebook to buy your tickets.

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