Jerri Rouw will be taking the stage at Slackwater Brewing on Nov. 23 as part of Jerri & Friends with lead guitarist Kevin Fai and bass guitarist Kristopher Marsel. The show is part of the ongoing Slackwater Sessions at the brewery. (Contributed)

Penticton’s Jerri & Friends to perform at Slackwater Brewing

The show on Nov. 23 is part of the ongoing Slackwater Sessions at the brewery

Jerri & Friends are bringing their musical talents to the stage at Slackwater Brewing on Nov. 23 as part of the ongoing Slackwater Sessions.

READ MORE: Jerri & Friends to give encore performance at Penticton’s Nest & Nectar

Enjoy the live acoustic show at the brewery, located at 218 Martin St., from 8 to 10 p.m. The no-cover event will cater to blues and rock fans with a variety of the classic hits. Jerri Rouw will be providing her sultry vocals, accompanied by Kristopher Marsel on bass guitar and Kevin Fai as lead guitarist.

For more information about the show, visit the Facebook event page. For more information about Just Jerri, visit her Facebook profile.

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