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The 2nd Cobh Ukulele Festival

The 2nd Cobh Ukulele festival kicks off on Friday 26th of May with our Meet and greet in the Heritage Centre, Starting at 7:00pm followed by Ukulele sessions in the pubs of Cobh

On Saturday 27th of May10:00 to 14:00 we will be holding Ukulele Workshops for  Children, Teen, Adult beginners and Improvers, we will be taking bookings shortly •Also on Saturday from  14:00 -16:00 Summer Swing in the Promenade – Carnival atmosphere in the beautiful promenade park with bandstand performances by ukulele bands from near and far.
Last years very popular event the Cobh Road Train is back!!  Take a wonderful tour combining music with breathtaking panoramic views of the town and brilliant local history • Evening Ukulele sessions in the pubs of Cobh
Sunday 28th of May14:00 -16:00 Summer Swing in the Promenade continues, Closing party in a local venue on Sunday evening.  Venue to be confirmed.
Acts for 2017 will be confirmed soon.

Programme of Events

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Oh so stunning Cobh is the departure point for the Spike Island ferry, as our boats depart Kennedy pier at the towns heart. The town is bursting with rich Irish history, perhaps most notable of all...

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This week I visit Cobh, Ireland in Cork. It's known for Titanic's last port of call in 1912. North of the Town is Fota Wildlife Park and Spike Island is a short boat trip away. #Cobh #Cork #Ireland ...

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2018 Dates:

Festival Launch - May Bank Holiday

Festival 25-27th May

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Contact: cobhukefest@gmail.com