TGIF: concert and event listings for the week of July 10

Concert and event listing in and around Penticton for the week of July 10

  • Jul. 9, 2015 6:00 p.m.

Music

July 10, 11 — Legendary Bluesman Jim Byrnes returns to the Dream Café for another weekend of music and stories.

July 10 — Celebrate the start of the summer wine festival from 6 to10 p.m. in Oliver Community Park at Uncork the Sun concert, featuring Mostly Marley. Tickets for the event are $30 for adults, $15 for students and children under 8 are free. Advance tickets can be purchased at the Oliver Visitor Centre and the Oliver Community Centre or at the gate while they last. For more information about the event visit www.oliverrecreation.ca or call 250-498-4985.

July 10, 11 — The Barking Parrot at the Lakeside Resort presents Summer Patio Music with Gord McLaren.

July 12 — The Kettle Valley Brakemen perform at the South Main Drop-In Centre at 2 p.m. Admission is $10.

July 12 — Open Mike night at the Sweet Tooth Café in Summerland with host Mat Duffus from 6 to 9 p.m.

July 13 — Karaoke Dance party at Fibonacci Roastery and Café.

July 15-19 — Michael Kaeshammer has been a part of summer at the Dream Café for 11 years, and the boogie woogie pianist is back once more for five nights. Visit www.kaeshammer.com for more.

July 16 — Music at the Grist Mill: 100 mile house; winners of the emerging artist award at the 2014 Edmonton Folk Music Festival, husband and wife duo Peter Stone and Denise MacKay are coming to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

July 16 — Bring a lawnchair for Michael Painchaud at Music in the Park. Country singer-songwriter from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

July 16 — The Elite Restaurant presents Sitsoul with opening act, The Order of Chaos.

July 16 — Mat Duffus and the Pro Bonos, featuring Rick deFehr on keyboards, play on the lawn all summer long for Thursday night barbecues from 6 to 9 p.m. at the 1912 restaurant, 100 Alder St., Kaleden.

July 16 — Live music jam with Boom Chicken every Thursday night at Fibonacci’s starting at 8 p.m.

July 17 — The Penticton Concert Band, directed by Gerald Nadeau, presents An Evening of Summer Music, performing favourites from pop, rock, movie themes, plus some “old time” melodies from the Roaring 20’s – there’s a little something to please everyone at the Gyro Park bandshell in Osoyoos from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

July 17 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with rock from Flashback.

July 18 — The Back Alley Concert series at the Firehall Brewery in Oliver presents Devon Coyote, along with local artists, Marion Trimble and Enid Baker. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the music starts at 7 p.m. Visit www.firehallbrewery.com for more information.

July 18 — The Elite Restaurant presents The Bottom Shelf Bourbon Trio.

July 18 — Live music by The Surf Cats at the Barley Mill Brew Pub and Sports Bistro, 2460 Skaha Lake Rd.

July 18 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with country from McLaren and Mai.

July 22 — The Elite Restaurant presents Karate Kids along with Exits.

July 23 — Bring a lawnchair for 13 Broken Bones, classic rock’n’roll at Music in the Park. Feed the Valley concert from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation, bring goods for Oliver Food Bank. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

July 24 — Music at the Grist Mill: Lester Quitzau; soulful acoustic and electric folk, blues and roots music; like a cool blue stream flowing over luxurious tones coming to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

July 24 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with rock from Fluxx.

July 25 — Live music by Our Sons at the Barley Mill Brew Pub and Sports Bistro, 2460 Skaha Lake Rd.

July 25 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with folk rock from the Greg Drummond Band.

July 30 — Bring a lawnchair for Cindy Doucette at Music in the Park. Jazz and pop vocalist from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

July 30 — The Elite Restaurant presents Grid Pickers.

July 31 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with jazz from Jazzcool.

Aug. 1 — Music at the Grist Mill: The Sweet Lowdown; blending original songwriting and three-part harmonies with an old-time instrumental groove, this award-winning acoustic roots trio is coming to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

Aug. 1 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with pop and folk music from Maiya Robbie and Brent Tyler.

Aug. 6 — Bring a lawnchair for Dale Seaman and Highway 97 at Music in the Park. Country rock band from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

Aug. 8 — Music at the Grist Mill: The Rakish Angles bring their unique mix of Newgrass, Latin, gypsy-jazz and old-time music to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

Aug. 8 — Live music by The Surf Cats at the Barley Mill Brew Pub and Sports Bistro, 2460 Skaha Lake Rd.

Aug. 13 — Bring a lawnchair for Darlene Ketchum Quartet at Music in the Park. Soul, R and B, funk, gospel from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

Aug. 14 — Music at the Grist Mill: Tony McManus, a leading guitarist in Celtic music, comes to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

Aug. 14 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with world music from Barefoot Caravan.

Aug. 15 — Live music by Boom Chicken at the Barley Mill Brew Pub and Sports Bistro, 2460 Skaha Lake Rd.

Aug. 15 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with folk music from Ari Neufeld.

Aug. 20 — Music at the Grist Mill: Pharis and Jason Romero bring their never-ending quest for good songs and beautiful sounds to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

Aug. 20 — Bring a lawnchair for Kettle Valley Brakemen at Music in the Park. Railway songs and stories from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

Aug. 21 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with pop and folk music from Uncorked.

Aug. 22 — Third annual BC Pinot Noir Celebration from 3 to 11 p.m. at Linden Gardens in Kaleden featuring special guest speaker Steven Spurrier, salon tastings with 26 of BC’s best Pinot Noir producers, canapé competition and dinner, along with live music from local band The Young’uns. Beer samples from the Cannery Brewing will accompany the entertainment portion of the evening. More information at www.bcpinotnoir.ca.

Aug. 22 — Summer concert series in Gyro Park continues with rock from Steve Jones and the Patio Bandits.

Aug. 27 — Bring a lawnchair for Up the Crick at Music in the Park. Vintage and pop tunes from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Oliver Community bandshell. Rain venue is the Oliver Community Centre, 6359 Park Dr. Admission by donation. Market and food vendors from 4:30 to 8 p.m. For more information, email OliverCAC@gmail.com.

Aug. 29 — Music at the Grist Mill: Bill Bourne brings powerful rhythms and soulful songs, steeped in World Beat, Blues, Cajun, Celtic, Folk, Latin, Funk, Poetry and more to the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

Sept. 6 — Music at the Grist Mill: Scott Cook and the Second Chances weave together folk, roots, blues, soul and country with spacious fingerstyle guitar and clawhammer banjo arrangements, part of the summer evening concert series at The Grist Mill and Gardens, 2691 Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos. Visit www.oldgristmill.ca/events or call 250-499-2888 for more info.

Events

July 10 — The Speciality Vehicle Association of BC in conjunction will the Okanagan Rodtiques Car Club are holding a Cruise-In at the Riverside A and amp;W on from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a recognition announcement at 11:30. Car enthusiasts of all ages are invited to attend, to meet new people or just share stories.

July 10 — Species at Risk, a travelling exhibit highlighting B.C.’s rare and special species comes to Penticton from July 10 to 18, starting with a grand opening and reception at the Museum and Archives from 4 to 7 p.m.

July 10 — Photographer Merle Somerville are on exhibition at Picture This Gallery, 133 Westminster Ave. Open Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. See more at www.merlesomerville.com.

July 10 — The Many Hats production of Nana’s Naughty Knickers is on at the Cannery Theatre until July 25. Visit manyhatstheatre.com for show times and dates.

July 11 — Summerland Singers and Players will be presenting “The Butler Did It” at Centre Stage in November. To get involved as an actor or production assistant please contact Bob Read at 250-494-1264.

July 12, 19 — The Kettle Valley Steam Railway invites you to join them for their Great Train Robbery and barbecue at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Enjoy a 90-minute scenic journey with fun musical entertainment followed by a barbecue. Reserve your seat today by calling 250-494-8422.

July 18, 19 — Antique Machine Show in front of the SS Sicamous. Featuring trucks, tractors, a hit and miss engine, and even a washing machine. This event is free to attend, and any donations will go directly to the restoration of the ships. The machines are operated by the Old Boys with Old Toys Club, and will be set up from 10 a.m. until dark.

Aug. 22 — Comedy night at the Barley Mill Brew Pub and Sports Bistro, 2460 Skaha Lake Rd.

 

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