Block party kicks off weekend events in Penticton

Penticton's 200-block of Main Street of downtown.
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PENTICTON - Summer is expected to make a return with a forecast this weekend for sunny skies and warm temperatures, just in time for some outdoor events in Penticton and area.

The Summer Cabaret concert series, returns to Gyro Park on Friday, July 22, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. This week's entertainment is provided by Rock Skool and Fluxx. On Saturday, the entertainment is provided by Impulse Response.

A 90s theme block party takes place on Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the 200-block of Main Street. Live music and entertainment includes Cosmic Brew, DJ Shakes/Non-stop productions, hip hop performances and the Penticton Pistoleras Roller Derby and Pentagon Board Shop skate event.

Glow SUP Adventures presents a free outdoor family movie at Sudbury Beach on Skaha Lake on Friday. They will be showing The Sandlot. The movie starts after the block party ends at 8 p.m. The outdoor theatre is located near the parking lot at the beach. The beach concession will be open during the screening.

On Saturday, July 23, Tinhorn Creek presents Daniel Wesley at the Tinhorn Creek amphitheatre. Show starts at 7:30 p.m., tickets are $40.

To purchase tickets, see the Tinhorn Creek website. A shuttle service is available for $20.

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