As you all know, I had the awesome opportunity to play on main stage at Oslo Ukulele Festival. I told my friens Prudence about it, and she made this cool comic about it:
From 21st of June until 23rd of June Oslo Ukulele Festival took place in the lovely Nydalen neighboorhood. As you’ve probably seen, I was there as an artist (my first performance on main stage). But I also want to blog about the festival in general.
Last weekend it finally happened – my first performance on main stage at Oslo Ukulele Festival. If you’ve read the whole series about the Road to Oslo, you already know what got me here, so I just want to focus on how it went now.
As my first big performance on main stage at Oslo Ukulele Festival is approaching fast, I am getting a little nervous and trying to make sure I think of everything I need to bring.
I know it’s been pretty quiet around here in the last couple of weeks. This was due to working a lot, travelling and of cource practicing and preparing for my first big gig in Oslo.
In the first part of my series about my journey to Oslo Ukulele Festival, I told you how I got myself into this amazing opportunity. Today I want to blog about figuring out my setlist.
As you’ve probably seen on Instagram or Facebook by now – I’ll be playing at Oslo Ukulele Festival. This is really exciting, and also frightening news for me. Therefore I want you lovelies to be part of my journey to Oslo with a series of blog posts.
Hello my lovely ukuleleists, I thought I should give you little heads up on my ukulele travel and workshop plans this year (or at least for the first half of the year). These are the things I already booked: