Tinhorn Creek's 2017 Canadian Concert Series lineup announced

Big Sugar performs at Kitchener Blues Festival on Aug. 6, 2016. The band will play the grand finale concert at the Tinhorn Creek 2017 Canadian Concert Series.
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OLIVER - A series of well known Canadian musical acts are scheduled to grace the stage at Tinhorn Creek’s amphitheatre this summer.

From soul to funk to roots-rock-reggae, there’s a broad spectrum for all musical tastes at this year’s Tinhorn Creek Canadian Concert Series, located south of Oliver in the Golden Mile Bench wine region.

Tinhorn Creek announced today, April 12, the 2017 program begins May 27 with The Boom Booms, ($30) a Vancouver sextet known for their Indie soul tunes.

Julian Taylor Band ($35) will perform June 24 bringing their modern fusion of rhythm and blues and rock and roll.

The guitar-led songs of the John Welsh Band ($40) are next, on June 22, followed by the Indie rock royalty band known as the Mounties ($45) on Aug. 26.

This year’s Canadian Concert Series grand finale takes place Sept. 9 when Big Sugar, ($75) who are known for high energy live performances that get their audience on the dance floor,  take to the stage.

The Miradoro Restaurant will be open to advance ticket purchasers who would like to enjoy a meal prior to the concert, and the Tacos del Norte food truck will also be on site along with Tinhorn Creek wines for purchase by the glass or bottle.

Crush Club members can purchase exclusive tickets to the grand finale until April 14.

Tickets to all other concerts are on sale now, with season passes available for $125. The season’s passes include a ticket for each of the May 27, June 24, July 22 and Aug. 26 concerts, but do not include the grand finale.

All concerts start at 7:30 p.m., gates open at 7 p.m.

Shuttle buses will run from Penticton and Osoyoos to and from Tinhorn Creek Vineyards on concert nights for $20.

Tickets can be purchased via Tinhorn Creek’s online store or by phone at 250-498-3743, or 1-888-484-6467.

For more information, see the Tinhorn Creek website.


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