The huge event is going to be full of food, relaxation, and of course, ukelele playing.
Whether you have a ukelele or not, this family-friendly gathering is something you would be silly not to pop into. Perhaps it will be an opportunity to discover your true calling in life.
Just bring a picnic rug or something to lie on, some food and drink to keep you quenched, and a happy attitude. Be prepared to meet a bunch of super positive and super chilled out ukelele players.
Last year, the event attracted over 300 people and the event organisers are prepared for even more music lovers to be in attendance.
This year, it will be held at the St Helens Park in Prospect. It will begin at 11am and go all the way through till 6pm. Don't feel pressured to stay the entire time, but do try and make an effort to check it out.