Avalanche takin’ a cruise in Penticton

High-energy rockers Avalanche are coming to the Peach City Beach Cruise.

High-energy rockers Avalanche are coming to the Peach City Beach Cruise.

Known for their energetic stage performances, the quartet is made up of Jake Stolz, Charlie Frie, Rick McVicar and Randi McMillan.

Formerly named Appaloosa, Avalanche has opened for international acts including Trace Atkins, Pam Tillis, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Neil McCoy and more.

Avalanche is one of the entertainment highlights for the Peach City Beach Cruise (June 24 to 26). Avalanche will play twice on June 25, once in the afternoon at 4 p.m. and again in the evening at 8:45 p.m.

Admittance to entertainment in Gyro Park during the Peach City Beach Cruise is $3 for the entire weekend with partial proceeds going towards the B.C. Children’s Hospital Society.

For more information and a schedule of all the entertainment visit www.PeachCityBeach Cruise.com.



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