Mandorah Ukulele Folk Festival is back!
Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th June 2019 noon-11 pm
Our famous tropical ukulele festival is back again, 7 years and still going strong. A weekend of family fun, good times and live music beneath the ancient Banyan tree. Mark your calendar and start planning your June weekend camping in Wagait now, and invite all your pals to the friendliest free Ukulele Festival in Australia
HEADLINE ACTS INCLUDE… Ben Evolent Leah Flannigan Shellie Morris Tracey Bunn Dave Garnham Sally Balfour
SEALINK MUFF WEEKEND SPECIAL PRICE!
FERRY FROM CULLEN BAY & SHUTTLE BUS TO AND FROM MUFF Adults $15 return, Seniors & Children $10 return Available on board on the day
Spend the night for a break from the city!
MUFF CAMPING ALL bookings must be made by calling or texting Jenny 0499995851 Camping is available at the club but numbers are limited so call now! * rules and regulations apply Get a taster from some of our headliners below,
and we’ll see you all at MUFF 2019!
Sound of the tropical north coast, ukulele loveliness and the sweet songs of Territory favourite Leah Flanagan, singing at MUFF for the first time. Spot the Wagait Beach local in this video…
Don’t miss the fantastic Shellie Morris, bringing to MUFF her songs of Country, Territory and Family, a very special artist.
Thin White Ukes perform a moving tribute set reinterpreting some of the greatest songs of David Bowie. Get ready to sing along!
Ben Evolent, is the bard of the Territory’s far north. Don’t miss him for his second year at MUFF!
The sound of young Darwin, up and coming award winning local musician Kyle Maher
Shut Up And Let Her Sing! Wagait Beach favourite Tracey Bunn is back again under the Banyan Tree, proudly Territorian.
No local party would be complete without the songs of much loved Dave Garnham and his friends. Already a Darwin Legend!
With her ballads and love songs, Sally Balfour is the songstress of the Outback, one of the highlights of the whole weekend. Don’t miss her !