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Melbourne Ukulele Festival

Melbourne Ukulele Festival

The Melbourne Ukulele Festival is a fun event where music lovers come together to listen, play and sing along to everything involving the ukulele!

The festival is held at the Northcote Town Hall, High Street Northcote and other venues around the Northcote Precinct.

Melbourne Ukulele Festival Dates 2024, Program Schedule, Northcote

The festival started in 2009 and continues to run as a not-for-profit community event supported by the City of Darebin. During this festival, you can watch performances from both local and international artists and even participate in a jam session or a workshop.

MUF, one of Australia’s first and longest-running ukulele festivals, keeps ukuleles on the edge and delivers a range of local, national and international acts that will delight, educate and inspire ukulele players and music lovers alike.

The lure of our specially selected workshops will enhance your skills and bring joy to your playing. 2024 workshops feature something for everyone to enjoy and will get you close and personal with the skills showcased when our artists are on stage!

No matter what your attraction to the ukulele is, you’ll find it at MUF. Sit back and enjoy the stage performances and free street performances, play and sing at Klub MUF (open mic), browse the market stalls, or attend one of the many workshops!

Step into the rhythmic realm of MUF’s Song-writing Competition for MUF24! It’s time to synchronise your original tunes and enter the MUF24 Songwriting Competition! Whether you’re a seasoned composer or a budding songwriter, this competition invites you to harmonise your melodies with the echoes of time at MUF24!

The 2024 Melbourne Ukulele Festival will bring timeless sounds to Northcote on March 15-17, 2024. MUF24 will feature two big concerts, workshops, and over 100 performances across the weekend! Mark it in your calendar so you don’t miss a second!

To get to the Northcote area where the venues are located, catch the number 86 tram and alight right out the front of the Town Hall. Alternatively, catch a South Morang Train from Flinders Street or Southern Cross Station and alight at Northcote train station.


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  • Is there an easy way to download and print off from my laptop a Program of Events. I’m coming down from Batemans Bay NSW over the w/end. Some of my kids & grandkids want to come along too.
    We’ve just been to the 10th Annual Blue Mountains Uke Festival. We just love UKES. Thanks Annie Stewart.

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Full MUF Pass: $150
Entry Into Almost Everything!! Friday Night "Time of Your Life" Concert, Saturday Day Pass into all ticketed Venues, Saturday Night "Turn Back Time" Concert, Sunday Passes into all ticketed Venues (does not include separately Ticketed Workshops)

Friday Night "Time of Your Life" Concert: $35
Jane Cameron Tom The Pom Chrissy Song Writing Competition Winner Poet And The Fool Vic Kena

Saturday Night "Turn Back Time" Concert: $35
Honey Bees Melbourne Ukulele Kollective Baby Shower Gypsy Rumble

Saturday Day Pass: $50
Entry into all ticketed venues on Saturday 16 March 2024! Excluding Saturday Night Concert and separately ticketed Workshops

Sunday Day Pass: $50
Entry into all ticketed venues on Sunday 17 March 2024! 5 Workshops are included in this ticket!

Workshops - Friday
AUTLA PD Session: $30

Workshops - Saturday
CHRISSY - Funky Strumming: $30
POET & THE FOOL - Bluegrass Ukulele Strumming & Picking: $30
VIC KENA - 3 Pillars to Get to the Next Level: $30
JANE CAMERON - Let's Write A Song!: $30
TOM THE POM - Somewhere Over The Third Fret: $30

Workshops - Sunday
CHRISSY - Rhythm Application: $30

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