Gatzke concert series wraps next month.

Summer 2014 series continues with Sept. 7 show to close out the season

Gatzke Orchard has been enjoying a great summer 2014 concert series and they wrap it up September 7th with the return of the one-man-dynamo music show with Shane Philip.

“We are looking forward to having Shane back this summer,” says Event Manager, Joseph Pinheiro. “This spring I had the chance to see him open up for The Wailers in Vernon and by the end of his opening set the crowd was chanting for more! He has a great following throughout the Okanagan so it is going to be a very special night.”

Shane’s one man show has him on stage surrounded with a multitude of instruments including didgeridoos, guitars, harmonicas, drums and more. It’s amazing the amount of music that he can produce on his own. All that energy is quite infectious as his live shows build and build with his audience.

“I love coming out to Gatzke’s to play. It’s an amazing venue in a beautiful part of our province. I can’t wait,” says Shane Philip.

Tickets for all Gatzke Orchard events are available online at as well as at the fruitstand in Oyama.

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