• Semaphore Music Festival Hear us at the Foreshore concert on Sunday 3 October at 11am.  Then come along to our Learn to Play workshop at 2pm.



Wednesday 25 November – Concert at St Michaels College 11am
Saturday 29 November – Semaphore Street Party gig

Sunday 25 October 2009 Fleurieu Folk Festival at Willunga

Saturday 24 October 2009 – Women’s & Children’s Hospital Amazing Race by River Torrens

Saturday 3 October 2009Semaphore Music Festival

Saturday 20 June 2009
Bob Dylan Tribute Night @ The Gov
A cast of thousands from Adelaide’s musical communities! All playing their favourite Bob Dylan tunes in their unique styles. Steve Brown and the Last Train Home, the Fiddle Chicks, 3-D Radio’s musical sensation Hillbilly Hoot, gospel group Organic Jam, the Adelaide Ukulele Appreciation Society, Anthony D’Antonio, Lord Stompy & the Pork Hunts and more!

Sunday 31 May 2009

Fundraiser for Childhood Cancer Awareness at The Gov, organised by David Sly for the McGuinness McDermott Foundation for the Great Wall of China Charity Challenge.

Saturday 21 March 2009
At the Green, Aldinga Arts Eco Village,

Sunday 8 February 2009
SA Wooden Boat & Music Festival, Goolwa

Friday 6 March 2009
ABC AdelaideCarole Whitelock’s show in the afternoon about ukes and AUAS.


Last year we played a few gigs including:

February – Adelaide Fringe – support band for our comrades from Melbourne Ukulele Kollective

5 October – Semaphore Music Festival

24 October – Fleurieu Folk Festival, Willunga

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