About MUMF 2019

A Ukulele Festival with a difference.

The main venue is Plas Tan y Bwlch in picturesque North Wales. This former Country House still retains some of its original features including the panelled library. The house has several spaces for ‘break out’ sessions including the café patio terrace overlooking the Afon Dwyryd.

Throughout the Festival from Friday afternoon onwards, Pete Howlett will be building a koa concert ukulele which will be the prize for a lucky full ticket holder (name to be randomly drawn in the intermission of the concert).

On Saturday ukulele makers will display and sell their instruments and be available to answer questions. There will be workshops on ukulele building, playing techniques for beginners and experienced players, song writing, painting ukuleles and more.

Richard Durrant will compose a piece especially for the Festival and work with groups which will come together to perform as the grand finale of the Saturday evening concert.

The Venue

The main venue is Plas Tan y Bwlch, built as a country house but which is now used as the Snowdonia National Park Environmental Studies Centre.

Participating Makers

Building ukulele is both art and science. Meet the makers - whether you are a player, a buyer or a maker yourself - and get the inside story.

Artists Appearing

Confirmed headline artists are Richard Durrant, Matt Warnes, Elisabeth Pfeiffer & Phil Doleman, with more to be added. Check out our mini biographies.

Tickets & Payment

Early Bird tickets £50 (after December £60) with a chance to win a Pete Howlett concert ukulele. Non residents purchase their own food from the terrace cafe.

In addition: full board is available at Plas Tan y Bwlch for £200 per person for an ensuite room from 4.30pm Friday May 31st to after Sunday lunch on June 2nd 2019. (£184 with a shared bathroom.) First come, first served.

Tickets for evening concert only £5.

Festival black t-shirts with a white MUMF logo can be pre-ordered before 30 April 2019 for £15 if required. (Not available to purchase on the day).

Payment is by Bank Transfer or cheque. If you would like a ticket, please contact us via the form at the bottom of the page. We will get back to you with payment details. Bank Transfer is very easy if you bank online, and if you don't, your bank will be able to advise. All payments in sterling please, cheques must be drawn on a UK bank.