Websites for Festivals are so much fun to work on, always interesting and different. Updates each year for the new event line up or theme and seeing how the events develop over time. Keeping the website content and design fresh and individual is of upmost importance, events need to be unique and creative to ensure continued attendance. Interesting and user friendly ways to interact with the website and festival, creating unique and fun touch points for festival goers.
Website For Ukulele Festival
This music festival is based in Dumfries, Scotland, is a very niche music event in that it’s dedicated to the Ukulele. The organisers who put on an incredible festival each year, insist that every act is of the highest calibre and features the ukulele throughout.
Widely regarded as the largest event of this kind in the world, with some 800 or more visitors each year. The Ukulele Festival of Scotland has firmly established its place in the calendar of any ukulele player out there.
“White Rabbit was absolutely brilliant, really efficient and approachable. A big thank you for all your hard work and support on the website, and patience when coping with those of us who are technologically challenged! Thank you so much.” Linda Butterworth – Festival Director
Responsive Websites for Festivals
With the continued support of White Rabbit, providing a responsive website to host important event info about the festival; an online ticketing and ukulele workshop booking system; social media help with creating the accounts and increasing followers. Resulting in a huge social following and attendance for an event of this kind, which is only now in it’s third year (2018).
Festival Website Design Features
Festival PDF Downloads
Call To Action Banner
Social Media Built In
Online Box Office
Contest Entry Forms
SSL Secure Website
Festival Photo Gallery
Auto Event Announcements
Festival Chatbots & Social Media
Festival goers and website visitors can open comms over several different platforms and devices. Subscribe to the event mailing list, receive browser based updates from the event website and even engage with the festival’s chatbot via FB Messenger; to find info about the event and receive updates on the festival. Using some of the latest communication tech and methods to schedule updates, interact with festival visitors and maintain interest.
Here is a video from Manitoba Hal Brolund, one of the regular stars at the festival.
Check out the website and if you’re in Scotland at the time of the festival, be sure to take a visit to Dumfries for the Ukulele Festival of Scotland.
Visit the website at ukulelefestivalofscotland.co.uk