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Sheryl Crow to perform at Mission Hill winery summer concert series in West Kelowna

Sheryl Crow will perform at this year's summer concert series at Mission Hill Family Estate.
May 01, 2018 - 11:15 AM

WEST KELOWNA - Sheryl Crow will be one of a handful of artists performing at this year's summer concert series at the Mission Hill Family Estate in West Kelowna

The winery says in a news release that her performance will be exclusive to members, but other artists' shows will be open to the public this summer.

Artists include Chris Isaak on June 23, Crow's performance on July 20 for members of Mission Hill's privilege wine club, award-winning jazz instrumentalist Chris Botti on Aug. 8, and the Gipsy Kings featuring Nicholas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo on Aug. 11.

Other than Crow's performance, tickets will go on sale to the public tomorrow, May 2, at 10 a.m. at the Mission Hill website. Tickets for Crow's performance were made available to the wine club members.

Along with the musical performances, Mission Hill is offering experiential packages including several new four-course dinner options and concert and reception experiences.

Proprietor of the winery, Anthony von Mandl, says the amphitheatre at Mission Hill creates a unique opportunity for guests to enjoy music, wine and cuisine.

“A performance under the open sky at our outdoor Amphitheatre is a truly unforgettable experience,” von Mandl says in the release. “There is something extraordinarily special about this intimate hilltop location. We are thrilled to welcome these exceptional musical performers to the winery this summer.”

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