Bentall a popular Ex Nihilo Vineyards dinner show

Tickets are going fast for Barney Bentall playing at Ex Nihilo Vineyards on Thursday July 23 or Friday July 24.

Tickets are still available for Barney Bentall at Ex Nihilo July 23 and 24.

One concert for Barney Bentall at Ex Nihilo Vineyards has already sold out, so get your tickets quickly.

Saturday night is now out of reach, but music lovers can still get tickets for An Intimate Evening with Barney Bentall being held on Thursday July 23 or Friday July 24.

In addition to the great music, the evening includes a welcoming glass of Ex Nihilo wine, and a four-course dinner created with Okanagan ingredients prepared by chef Jeff Kreklau.

Tickets are available at the winery, at 1525 Camp Rd., by calling 250-766-5522 or by emailing sales@exnihilovineyards.com.

Tickets are $160 plus GST.

Must be 19 or over to attend.

 

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