Live music

Canadian rock icons The Stampeders delighted a capacity crowd at Vernon’s Performing Arts Centre Monday, June 20, playing their myriad of hits over two hours. (Roger Knox - Morning Star)

VIDEO: Canadian rock icons sound sweet in Vernon

The Stampeders played all of their hits to the delight of a capacity crowd at Performing Arts Centre

 

Sawyer Brown and Lonestar will be joined by a pair of Canadian country acts at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Nov. 17. (File photo)

Country music icons ready to rock Penticton this November

Sawyer Brown and Lonestar will be at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Nov. 17

 

Seven pianos are located around Kelowna (Pianos in Parks/Facebook)

Serenade your summer sweetheart with pianos placed around Kelowna

Festival Kelowna has placed seven decorated pianos around Kelowna for everyone to play

 

Legendary Canadian rock group The Stampeders (Rich Dodson, from left, Kim Berly, and Ronnie King) play Vernon and Kelowna, Monday and Tuesday, June 20 and 21, respectively. (Contributed)

Canadian rock icons play Okanagan

The Stampeders will play Vernon Monday, June 20 and Kelowna Tuesday, June 21

Legendary Canadian rock group The Stampeders (Rich Dodson, from left, Kim Berly, and Ronnie King) play Vernon and Kelowna, Monday and Tuesday, June 20 and 21, respectively. (Contributed)
Kelowna Made
Kelowna Made
Pictures of loved ones hung on the back wall of the Island Stage in Kelowna during the 2022 Move to Cure ALS (Brittany Webster - Capital News)
Pictures of loved ones hung on the back wall of the Island Stage in Kelowna during the 2022 Move to Cure ALS (Brittany Webster - Capital News)
French horn musician and Royal Canadian Navy Naden Band member Alliszon Zaichkowski, right, plays one of her 20 conch shells during a jam session with her aunt, front left, and mother. Zaichkowski originally learned about the conch from William Golding’s Lord of the Flies and jokingly ordered her first one off eBay. (Courtesy of Alliszon Zaichkowski)

B.C. musician toots conch shell on Canada’s Got Talent; gets Howie Mandel’s support

James Bay resident builds on 21 years of French horn training

French horn musician and Royal Canadian Navy Naden Band member Alliszon Zaichkowski, right, plays one of her 20 conch shells during a jam session with her aunt, front left, and mother. Zaichkowski originally learned about the conch from William Golding’s Lord of the Flies and jokingly ordered her first one off eBay. (Courtesy of Alliszon Zaichkowski)
A decorative flag hanging inside the Kelowna Curling Club (Brittany Webster - Black Press)

Kelowna Curling Club pushing fundraising efforts to sweep away financial woes

The club needs to sell 40 tickets to Lobster Fest by June 10 in order to keep the event

A decorative flag hanging inside the Kelowna Curling Club (Brittany Webster - Black Press)
Scotty Berg has a big summer ahead (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)

Kelowna star signs his first record deal

Scotty Berg will be recording an album in L.A. and Nashville this summer

Scotty Berg has a big summer ahead (Jacqueline Gelineau/Capital News)
Serena Ryder plays the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre Sept. 26. (Contributed)

Serena Ryder brings mental wellness journey to B.C.

The Art of Falling Apart tour stops in Vernon, Cranbrook and Kamloops

Serena Ryder plays the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre Sept. 26. (Contributed)
Vancouver punk rock band D.O.A. plays Slackwater Brewing in Penticton June 2. (Submitted)

Punk band D.O.A. set to rock Penticton brewery June 2

Canadian punk rock band celebrating 40th anniversary of hit album Hardcore 81

Vancouver punk rock band D.O.A. plays Slackwater Brewing in Penticton June 2. (Submitted)
(Photo - OK Corral Cabaret/Facebook)

The old Sheriff is back in town: Kelowna’s OK Corral set to reopen

A trio of musicians will perform on opening night

(Photo - OK Corral Cabaret/Facebook)
Vancouver-based musician Shawn Austin will be at South Okanagan Events Centre on June 3 for a tour headlined by country-music staple Dallas Smith. (Photo- Penelope PR)

Performing in the Okanagan will be ‘extra special’ for Canadian country music star

Shawn Austin is featured on Dallas Smith’s Some Things Never Change Tour nationwide

Vancouver-based musician Shawn Austin will be at South Okanagan Events Centre on June 3 for a tour headlined by country-music staple Dallas Smith. (Photo- Penelope PR)
Dryden Bennett, recipient of Kelowna's Teen Honour in the Arts Award, is a featured composer in the Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra's spring concert May 28 and 29, 2022. (Contributed)

Youth Symphony in tune for Okanagan spring concerts

Vernon, Penticton and Kelowna performances to showcase blooming talents

Dryden Bennett, recipient of Kelowna's Teen Honour in the Arts Award, is a featured composer in the Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra's spring concert May 28 and 29, 2022. (Contributed)
Montreal-based band The OM Sound released the music video for their single Suspicious Auspicious, filmed in their hometown of Vernon, on Wednesday, May 18, 2022. (Submitted photo)

WATCH: OM Sound releases music video filmed in Vernon, offering glimpse of tour life

Shot in the Montreal-based band’s hometown, the video for ‘Suspicious Auspicious’ was filmed in just 45 minutes

Montreal-based band The OM Sound released the music video for their single Suspicious Auspicious, filmed in their hometown of Vernon, on Wednesday, May 18, 2022. (Submitted photo)
(ElliottBrood.com)

Hamilton-based band Elliott Brood to play Lake Country, Golden, Oliver

The band plays at Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre June 8

(ElliottBrood.com)
(Submitted)

Kelowna’s Waterfront Park concert to benefit Ukraine

Kelowna City Concert Band, Dirt Road Opera headline lineup

(Submitted)
The fundraiser event held at Predator Ridge will be available to watch online May 18 and 19 (Ben Klick/ Submitted)

Country music fundraiser for MS at Predator Ridge

The event raised $56,865 for Multiple Sclerosis research.

The fundraiser event held at Predator Ridge will be available to watch online May 18 and 19 (Ben Klick/ Submitted)
(Tourism Kelowna)
(Tourism Kelowna)
Vocalist Claire Twiddy and Kylar Chan rock out on stage together. (Raincity/Submitted)

Penticton, Kelowna shows on Raincity’s first Canadian tour

The tour is to celebrate the band’s new album “A Proper Latte”

Vocalist Claire Twiddy and Kylar Chan rock out on stage together. (Raincity/Submitted)