Uke fest floats to Low Isles

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - ENTERTAINMENT -

UKULELE lovers are in for a treat when the Cairns Ukulele Fes­ti­val floats over to Low Isles for a day of fun in the sun, surf and sand to­day.

The new event added to the begin­ning of the pop­u­lar fes­ti­val is called the Wave Dancer Low Isles Ukulele Cruise and will have ukulele per­for­mances on the Great Bar­rier Reef.

Hawaii’s Der­ick Se­bas­tian and Canada’s Man­i­toba Hal are both accomplished uku- lele mu­si­cians who will en­ter­tain with their cool melodic sounds or jam with ukulele afi­ciona­dos un­der the shade of a thatched um­brella.

The day will in­clude meals, snorkelling and equip­ment, glass bot­tom boat co­ral view­ing tour, guided Low isles is­land walks and per­for­mances.

For more in­for­ma­tion phone Quick­sil­ver on 4087 2100 or visit cairn­sukulele­fes­ti­val. net.

Photo by ALISON GE­ORGE

Spe­cial con­cert:

Al­teouise De Vaughn

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