Joie de Vivre is Army of Sass - Penticton’s winter showcase and takes the Cannery Stage on Dec. 7 at 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. The dance troupe tells a story of love, heartbreak and self-discovery in the choreographed show. (Jordyn Thomson - Western News)

Sneak Peek: Army of Sass – Penticton presents Joie de Vivre

Catch the winter showcase at the Cannery Stage on Dec. 7 with three showtimes

Get ready to feel the love with Army of Sass – Penticton’s upcoming showcase Joie de Vivre.

The dance troupe will be taking its audience through a journey of love, heartbreak and self-discovery during their performance at the Cannery Stage on Dec. 7. Attendees have three opportunities to catch the show at 5:30, 7:30 or 9:30 p.m.

Just Jerri and Dani Lion are special guest performers who will be opening the show, and audience members will get a little gift following the performance.

READ MORE: Find the joy at Penticton Army of Sass’s Joie de Vivre

Those planning to attend are invited to come early and grab dinner and drinks at the Nest & Nectar, and it is recommended to make a reservation at the restaurant to guarantee your seats.

Tickets are $20 in advance on Eventbrite and can be purchased until 2 p.m. on Saturday. Tickets are $25 at the door.

Those interested in trying an Army of Sass dance class are invited to the free session on Dec. 12. All skills are welcome and more details are online at

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