Canadian musician Serena Ryder puts three South Interior cities on her summer tour

Serena Ryder brings her tour Utopia to the Okanagan in summer 2017.
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People in the Southern Interior will be stompin’ their feet to the tunes of Canadian singer songwriter Serena Ryder next month.

Ryder, who has won six Juno Awards and had her songs in more than 50 T.V. shows and commercials, including Grey’s Anatomy, VEEP and Suits, will play in Penticton, Kamloops and Vernon in July.

Her first stop is the Cleland Community Theatre in Penticton July 17.

Next, she’s at the Sage Brush theatre in Kamloops on July 18, and hits Vernon the following day, July 19, for a show at the Vernon and District Performing Arts Centre.

Ryder’s single ‘Stompa’ is a four time platinum in Canada, and the song also hit number 1 at AAA radio in the U.S. for eight weeks.

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