Rotorua Museum

Community Organisation

Rotorua Museum
Oruawhata Drive
Government Gardens
Rotorua
213 days ago

Rotorua UkeBox ukulele open mic and strum/singalong

Julie Parsons from Rotorua Museum

UkeBox, wa ukurere, is on this Sunday 20 September at Te Rūnanga tea house in the Government Gardens from 3pm to 4:30pm. Entry by gold coin donation. Bring your uke, your voice and join in the strum led by The Thermaleles, or put your hand up for a solo in one of the open mic spots. Contact … View moreUkeBox, wa ukurere, is on this Sunday 20 September at Te Rūnanga tea house in the Government Gardens from 3pm to 4:30pm. Entry by gold coin donation. Bring your uke, your voice and join in the strum led by The Thermaleles, or put your hand up for a solo in one of the open mic spots. Contact julie.parsons@rotorualc, 027-2424-132, for more information.

276 days ago

Ukulele strum along and open mic this Sunday - Rotorua UkeBox

Julie Parsons from Rotorua Museum

Come along to Te Rūnanga tea house in the Government Gardens for a strum and sing along and open mic session . Rotorua ukulele group the Thermaleles lead UkeBox from 3pm to 4:30 pm every 3rd Sunday of the month. Supported by Rotorua Museum. Gold coin donation appreciated.

587 days ago

Rotorua UkeBox this Sunday 3pm

Julie Parsons from Rotorua Museum

It's UkeBox Sunday again at Te Rūnanga tea house.  Ukulele jam along with The Thermaleles and have a go at an open mic session. Entry by gold coin donation.
Every 3rd Sunday of the month (except November) 3pm to 4:30pm at Te Rūnanga in the Government Gardens

1390 days ago

The Nukes Ukulele Trio 29 July Princes Gate

Julie Parsons from Rotorua Museum

Rotorua Museum and The Thermaleles bring you, da da da daa, The Nukes! This is their first visit to Rotorua since 2012 so don't miss out.


The Nukes are offering two levels of workshop followed by a concert with supporting act The Thermaleles.  Level 1 is suitable for newer players with … View more
Rotorua Museum and The Thermaleles bring you, da da da daa, The Nukes! This is their first visit to Rotorua since 2012 so don't miss out.


The Nukes are offering two levels of workshop followed by a concert with supporting act The Thermaleles.  Level 1 is suitable for newer players with level 2 for those with more experience.


The Nukes III album has spent six weeks on the NZ album chart top ten as well as being the number 1 independent NZ album of the week.

All their latest promo and show updates can be found on their facebook page, www.facebook.com...

Come see this highly lauded trio of songwriters, harmony singers and entertainers in the flesh. Two set show kicks off at 7:45pm.


Workshops: Level 1 at 4:00pm,  Level2 at 5:30pm
Doors open with Food and Refreshments available from 7:15 pm
Show starts 7:45 pm
All Ages Welcome
Tickets available through Julie Parsons
Email: Julie.parsons@rotorualc.nz,
Mobile: 027-2424-132, Phone: 3517823
Online Banking:
Hot Lakes Rotorua Ukulele Festival, 38-9012-0886524-00
please use your name as reference.
Musicworks Pukuatua Street (cash purchase only) , or Eventfinder - booking fee applies
Limited Door Sales will be $25

1509 days ago

Thermaleles Ukulele Band Need Bass Player

Julie Parsons from Rotorua Museum

Anyone know a bass player who enjoys original music and would like to join The Thermaleles Ukulele group?  We have a UBass available and performances lined up.

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