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South Okanagan Amateur Players bring Don't Dress For Dinner to Oliver and Osoyoos
Canadian rock mainstay Blue Rodeo brought their latest album, 1000 Arms, and classic hits to the SOEC Tuesday.
The scene backstage 10 years ago at the first-ever Many Hats Theatre Company production is going to be a far cry from this year.
The Penticton Peach Festival announced headliners in what they are calling the greatest entertainment line-up in their 70-year history.
Every year in January, my most popular pinterest item is an infographic called Game Day Wine Pairings.
A year has passed since Juno-winning Canadian singer/songwriter Alfie Zappacosta visited Penticton.
Vancouver band Nothingness have just released their first album and are heading to Saint-Germain Café in Penticton.
Nominations for the Penticton Arts Awards close at the end of the month, Jan. 30. The arts awards take place March 2.
The Okanagan Beard Festival returned for its second year with registration taking place Jan. 16 at Cannery Brewing.
Glenn Milchem spoke with arts and entertainment editor Dale Boyd about the power of community and paying tribute to the Tragically Hip.
The line up for the 2017 Dream Music Festival has been announced with some new and returning favourites.
Weezer, The Trews and The Flatliners are coming to the South Okanagan Events Centre in April.
Children's Showcase is bringing excerpts from Ballet Kelowna's 150 Moves performance to the Cleland Theatre Jan. 22.
A free concert is coming to Oliver this summer in the form of the BC Country Music Association's Country Club Act of the Year.
Broadway musicals are coming back to the stage in Penticton, including a few songs from the hit musical Hamilton.
Vaelei Walkden-Brown explores the warmer parts of winter, metaphorically, in this week's Arts Matter column.
Clayton Gauthier never expected his children's book, The Salmon Run, to go as far as it has.
In 1920s France, one woman has been living her passion for music in her own bubble, and now she plans to perform for an audience.
The beard festival is back with registration taking place on Jan. 16 at Cannery Brewing.
Harold Johnson, author of Firewater: How alcohol is killing my people (and yours), comes to Penticton Jan. 9 and 10.