Canyon to perform at Mule

George Canyon is returning to Penticton to perform at the Mule Nightclub

George Canyon has announced he will be making a stop in Penticton at The Mule Nightclub as part of his ekyll and Nothing To Hide tour on Feb. 6

George Canyon has announced he will be making a stop in Penticton at The Mule Nightclub as part of his national Jekyll and Nothing To Hide tour.

“I can’t wait to get back out on the road with my band and perform the new material for the fans. It’s going to be one of my most creative and diverse tours to date” said Canyon in a press release.

Canyon’s show will feature his full band and performances of past hits as well as songs from his brand new album I Got This. Canyon will also treat the crowd to a few acoustic versions of some of his biggest hits.

The multiple Juno and Canadian Country Music Award winning  artist took a break from his album in the summer to headline the Penticton Peach Festival. He told the Western News his new record has been in the works for over a year, and while his band is spending as much time in the studio as possible, the crew didn’t want to pass on the opportunity to play in Penticton — their only B.C. show this summer.

Canyon will perform at The Mule Nightclub on Feb. 6, 2016. Tickets are $35 (plus applicable fees and taxes) and are available at ticketweb.ca or by calling 1-888-222-6608. For more info visit www.themulenightclub.com or www.facebook.com/themulenightclub.

Doors to this 19 and older show will open at 7 p.m. and show starts at 9 p.m. Last summer, Canyon set an attendance record in Penticton at Peachfest, with over 8,000 in attendance.

 

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