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  1. #21
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    I'm considering driving over from Phoenix for this... how long until you think they run out of tickets? Do I need to decide soon?
    "If a lot of people play the ukulele, the world would be a better place to live."

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    For the past couple of years I haven't had any problem buying a ticket at the entrance. I usually arrive within an hour of it opening. So probably no rush.

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    For those going, please look out for me, Patchen and Kevin Beddoe of Kinnard Ukes (who is exhibiting). We will have a Luthiers for a Cause table at the event and be offering embroidered tees, hats and possible cleaning clothes. All profit will go straight to the Ukulele Kids Club.
    More an appreciator of the ukulele than a true player. My motto is: "Don't matter how good it ring if it ain't got some bling."

    Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd.—Voltaire

    Curious about the relative importance of tonewood vs. the luthier? See Luthiers for a Cause to learn more!

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    Got a few festival updates for y'all:
    1) Tickets for the festival preview night are now on sale: only $35 for 'ono food and time to hang out with the festival artists (priceless). Sept 29, 6-8:30pm at the Gardena Elks Lodge. Only room for 100 people so first come, first-served! Tickets: http://kalakoa.tix.com

    2) Vendor page has been updated www.losangelesukulelefestival.com

    3) Among the prizes to be won day of the festival, we'll have 6 Islander ukulele, courtesy of Kanile'a! Check out their website: http://www.islanderukulele.com

    Don't forget to please spread the word to your total beginner friends about the great deal they can get on an entry-level Ohana ukulele for basically only $74 ($45+$74=119)! Visit the website and scroll down the page to view the specific models. Remember, $45 is all you have to pay to get into the festival area and take all the workshops you want and see the BEST of the best ukulele artists

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