The planned jam camp on Phillip Island is now close to sold out with just under six weeks remaining.If you are planning to attend there are just three places remaining.

With 21 places now booked, this is the largest jam camp in the past 5 years. Generally the jam camps are designed for around 15 places but at 21, we are bringing in a second instructor nasmed Ed Lowe.

Ed has been an assistant at past jam camps and those who have attended jam camps in South Australia and Western Australia will be familiar with him. He is a great mandolin and banjo player who also dabbles in fiddle and guitar and is well versed in the Wernick Method.

The weather will be somewhat chilly, but each of the rooms and conference room is heated. So apart from the hot picking, the rooms will be warmed with air conditioning.

For those planning to arrive on Friday night we will have a light supper provided and will likely be doing some pre-jam camp jamming.

Looking forward to catching up with past jam campers and meeting a heap of newbies.