Shakura S'Aida returns to the Dream Music Festival for 2017.

Dream Music Festival releases 2017 line-up

The line up for the 2017 Dream Music Festival has been announced with some new and returning favourites.

It’s time to get caught up in a dream again Penticton.

The Dream Music Festival returns for the third year in a row on May 12 and 13 at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre.

The line-up features festival favourite Shakura S’Aida with pianist Lance Anderson. Also on tap this year are Russell de Carle (from Prairie Oyster) and Canada’s legendary blues man and Maple Blues winner Big Dave McLean.

Angel Forrest joins the line-up with guitar players Denis Coulombe and Ricky Paquette.

Master of ceremonies Jim Byrnes returns this year to host the cavalcade of talent.

The “Dream Festival Band” returns with an ever-changing troupe of performers. This collection of artists features front man Steve Dawson and Chris Norquist (drums), Jerry Cook (sax) and Bernie Addington (bass).

For more information visit www.thedreammusicfestival.ca.

Tickets are $99, $89 and $69 plus fees and tax. Click here to buy online or visit the South Okanagan Events Centre box office at 853 Eckhardt Ave. W.

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