Seattle Ukulele Players Association (SUPA) is a Washington nonprofit corporation founded in 2003 to promote fellowship, entertainment, performance and education among ukulele enthusiasts in the Puget Sound region.
SUPA Summer Fun
- Sunday, August 14: Ukuleles in the Park
- Join us for our annual picnic at Woodland Park (Shelter #4). Ukuleles, barbecue, open mic, and much more fun for an all-day event. More information to follow.
- Sunday, September 11: Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival
- Our monthly ukulele song circle takes a month off in September so that we can join and enjoy the Live Aloha Hawaiian Cultural Festival at the Seattle Center, instead.
- SUPA has a performance slot again this year - we will be performing a half-hour set beginning at 1:00pm on the Armory Stage (that's the main stage inside what used to be called the Center House). We will create a song list before the August picnic, and it will all be familiar material from the books, primarily Hawaiian & hapa-haole. Stay tuned for more information.
- The Live Aloha ukulele jam with Aunty Manu will be Sunday afternoon, with more information to follow. You can download the music for this event: Live Aloha Ukulele Music 2016. See the Yahoo Groups and our calendar for rehearsals with Aunty Manu.
Ukulele Events in the Puget Sound
- Below is a calendar of upcoming events in the Puget Sound region: SUPA song circles, events, and sponsored workshops, ukulele-related events and happenings, and workshops and classes. Click on an event for more details or information.
- Please note: All non-SUPA events are reported to us by those groups, and we rely on them to provide us updates. However, always verify with that group if the event is current or has been canceled.
Song Circle Locations
SUPA meets the 2nd Sunday of most months at the Phinney Neighborhood Center. We meet in the Lower Building (6615 Dayton Ave N - map). This is the old brick school on Dayton Avenue and not the wooden blue building on Phinney Ave. Parking is available in the lower lot (east) off 67th Street. Accessible entrance is on the east side of the building on Dayton Avenue.