CONCERT – Saturday, July 14th at 7:00 pm.
General seating, all tickets $25 Doors open 6.30pm
Evening Performances by:
CYNTHIA KINNUNEN has been making music since she was a child. Over the years, she has studied piano, flute, bassoon, oboe, voice and ukulele. After completing her Grade Ten Conservatory certificate in piano, she went on to pursue an honours degree in music with a major in piano and a diploma in arts/non-profit management. Cynthia is a Level 3 James Hill Ukulele Initiative teacher, and has also been an instructor alongside James in that three-year teacher training program.
She currently teaches private piano lessons; ukulele lessons, workshops, classes and custom group sessions; performs as a solo artist and as a duo (Jalopy); and is Festival Director of the Royal City Uke Fest.
Experience their Handsome Harmonies and Melt-in-the-Heart Melodies
The Naked Waiters are an acoustic, ukulele-based group that started in Cedar City, UT, and is now based in Provo, UT. They specialize in fun, melt-your-heart music that’s good for the soul. They are comprised of Kim Bjerga, Clark Holmes, and Andrew Nufer. The guys enjoying playing their music and perform anywhere they can. They have written several songs and are now trying to raise funds for a quality recording. Their songs range from cliché love, and are about quirky things like cats, balconies, and Pokémon.
UKULELE JAMMIN’ JAMBOREE – Sunday, July 15th
Start time: 3:00 pm Doors open at 2:30 p.m.
General seating, a free event (but donations are welcome).
On Sunday afternoon, an encore performance by Parksville’s own, the Revolving Doors.
Show off your chops at the open mic, sing and strum along with the band, and join us for a fun afternoon. Bring your friends. No ukulele experience needed for a great time. Lots of great door prizes too.
Click on the arrow below to purchase concert or workshop tickets. Tickets will go on sale on February 7th at 10:00 a.m.