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Applications open to join the SPRUKE Crew for 2017

Applications are Open to Participate in SPRUKE 2017

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There are many ways you can enhance your SPRUKE Festival experience, one of them is to participate! We invite all Sprukesters to become involved and consider volunteering in some way during the festival. Our SPRUKE crew with their energy and enthusiasm are the most valuable asset that we have—we couldn’t do it without them! Volunteering is a sure way to make friends and experience parts of SPRUKE the rest of other festival goers miss out on.[…]

SPRUKE Festival Director enjoys the sun at South Bank

A Poem- The Headline Acts for SPRUKE

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Max Borchardt, SPRUKE 2017 Festival Director, and our resident wordsmith has penned this parody poem in honour of our big announcements this week. If you’ve never heard of a parodies before they are comedic imitations of someone else’s work, usually paying respect to them.  We know parody is the sincerest form of flattery so enjoy Max’s poem inspired by Henry Lawsons’ Captain of the Push…. and stay tuned there’s more parody news to come. The Headline Acts for SPRUKE[…]

Ukulele Russ is the second headliner announced for SPRUKE Festival.

Second Headliner for SPRUKE 2017 Announced

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What do you do when you live in the wilds of Alaska in a cabin with no running water, and temperatures can dive to 50 below zero on those long, long nights?  You learn to play a mean ukulele… Travelling from the last ukulele frontier, Alaska, Ukulele Russ will headline SPRUKE Brisbane’s Ukulele Festival 2017. Russ will join previously announced headliner Kyas Ryo from Japan. Ukulele Russ and Kyas will kick off the spring ukulele[…]