Ukulele Cruise on the Erie Canal

  • July 8, 2024
  • 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Join us for a Ukulele Cruise on the Erie Canal presented by Flower City Ukulele!

Monday, JULY 8  6 pm (arrival time) - 9 pm  Ticket includes Pizza. Cash bar available on board.

Colonial Belle at 400 Packett's Landing, Fairport, NY  There is plenty of FREE parking available.


Get ready for a fun-filled evening of music and sightseeing aboard the Colonial Belle. Strum along to your favorite tunes, led by the Rochester Ukulele Orchestra, as we cruise down the historic Erie Canal, surrounded by picturesque views.

Whether you're a seasoned ukulele player or just starting out, this event is perfect for music lovers of all skill levels. So grab your ukulele, bring your friends and family, and join us for some fun! Note: Pizza (regular and gluten free) is included with the ticket price!

Meet up at 6:00pm to board at 6:15pm (we will be pulling away from the dock by 6:30pm, so don't be late!) Note: You may be delayed by trains crossing Main St. in Fairport

Place: 400 Packett's Landing (behind the Village Hall), Fairport, NY 14450 Tel. (585) 223-9470

Ample FREE parking is available.

The boat cruises RAIN or SHINE and has a huge open upper deck and enclosed lower deck "just in case." Cash bar available on board and snacks are available to purchase.

The following items are NOT permitted: • Any outside beverages. All beverages (including bottled water) must be purchased through Colonial Belle per our NYS Liquor License requirements. • Any outside food. • Smoking and/or vaping anywhere onboard per US Coastguard regulations

What to Bring:

1. Your Daily Ukulele Books 1 & 2 (if you have them). We will have a few spare copies to borrow.

2. A music stand, if you have one. Binder Clips or clothespins to keep the pages in place if it is windy.


Thank you so much to our sponsors who make this possible:

The Estate of Marc Jacobs

Bernunzio Uptown Music, located in the heart of Rochester at 122 East Avenue, and is a great resource for all things ukulele, as well as banjo, mandolin, guitar and more.

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