Big names performing to save Penticton's Dream Cafe

Tom Wilson (aka Lee Harvey Osmond), left, and his son Thompson Wilson will be performing on two nights later this month to raise money to keep Penticton’s Dream Cafe open.
Image Credit: Thompson Wilson via Facebook

PENTICTON - Some dreams never die and supporters of Penticton’s Dream Cafe hope that will be the case for the unique restaurant.

The cafe had to close due to financial reasons earlier this month and musicians have reached out from all over North America to offer support, according to the Dream Cafe website.

Tom Wilson (aka Lee Harvey Osmond), his son Thompson Wilson, Stephen Fearing and Matt Andersen will be performing in an effort to Save the Dream.

Tom and Thompson Wilson, and Stephen Fearing will perform Sunday, Oct. 23 and Monday, Oct. 24. Matt Anderson will perform four shows in a row from Monday, Oct. 31 to Thursday, Nov. 3.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show begins at 8 p.m. each night.

Tickets are $100 for each fundraising performance.

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