We regret to inform you that the 2021 Alabama Uke Fest has been canceled due to increasing infection rates for Covid-19. The risk of spreading Covid is too high to possibly endanger even one person from our beloved ukulele community. We hope to see you next year. Stay well and safe.
The Alabama Uke Fest is an Educational, Family-Centered Event.
~The Alabama Uke Fest is a non-profit, educational gathering.
~We will respect and follow all rules of the Riverview Campground. Rules listed here: http://www.campingguntersville.com/our-rules-and-values.html
~Sign up for door prizes at the registration table on the day of the festival. Present winning ticket at time of drawing.
~Open Mic performers - this includes solos, duos, trios, and groups - will sign up at the registration table on the morning of the festival.
~Ukulele Club Performances (novice/not professional) - 5 Song Limit - Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your intent to perform and with any special needs you may have.
~Open Mic Performers (all others) - 2 Song Limit. Keep things family friendly. Must have ukuleles performing. Limit banter and introductions, with a 7 minute time limit.
~The Alabama Uke Fest and its organizers are not responsible for any personal injury or loss of / damage to property during your visit. Participants are responsible for their own health, wellbeing, and property.
~The Alabama Uke Fest and its organizers assumes no responsibility for business conducted between participants with vendors and businesses either on or off site during your visit.