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Barenaked Ladies coming to Okanagan in time for Christmas

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The iconic Canadian band Barenaked Ladies are launching a 14 city Hometown Holidays with Barenaked Ladies tour starting in Vancouver on Dec. 1.

The next day, Dec. 2, they’ll rock the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton, the only other B.C. city they will visit.

“Barenaked Ladies will perform holiday fan favourites from the Barenaked for the Holidays album, as well as a few other chestnuts and surprises,” a news release announcing the concert dates says.

“These special performances offer fans a rare opportunity to celebrate the season with Canada’s favourite foursome amongst family and friends, many coming together for the first time in three years.”

Tickets go on sale on Thursday, Sept. 29, and can be bought either at the South Okanagan Entertainment Centre box office or online here.

Ticket prices range from $49 to $99, plus service charges.

The band has sold 15 million records over the past 33 years, including hits like If I Had $1,000,000, One Week, Pinch Me and The Big Bang Theory theme. They have won eight Juno awards and were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2018.

Image Credit: Submitted/South Okanagan Events Centre

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