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Country singer Brett Kissel to headline Kelowna 2020 Memorial Cup concert

Brett Kissel will headline the Memorial Cup concert in Kelowna.
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February 10, 2020 - 9:54 AM

The Memorial Cup concert in Kelowna will be headlined by Canadian country superstar Brett Kissel.

The 2020 Memorial Cup will be taking place in Kelowna May 21 to 31. This year’s championship with feature the Kelowna Rockets along with champions from the Western Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

Kissel will headline a concert on the last weekend of the Memorial Cup on Saturday, May 30, in Kelowna’s Waterfront Park, according to a news release.

“We always knew we wanted to do something extra special for the 2020 Memorial Cup when we set our minds on winning the bid, something distinctly Kelowna,” Tom Dyas, chair of the local host committee, says in the release. “Holding a special weekend concert on the beach with the backdrop of Okanagan Lake is the perfect way to showcase our community to the nation and featuring an incredible Canadian musical artist like Brett Kissel highlights the Kelowna experience even more.”

The event titled "Live on the Lake with Brett Kissel" will take place in the JDS Mining Concert Zone. 

Tickets go on sale this Friday, Feb. 14 and can be purchased through the Select Your Tickets box office and online at selectyourtickets.com.

For hockey tickets and to follow the Memorial Cup action visit www.chlmemorialcup.ca.

Tickets are $49 each plus taxes and fees.


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