2021 Performers 

 

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Ben Klick
Saturday, September 18th     7:00 PM

A fun-loving, interactive storyteller who fell in love with music at age 4, Ben Klick is the guitar pickin' country gentleman. Writing songs about life, experience, family, and relationships in a light-hearted fashion, Klick's engaging personality has gained attention in cities throughout BC, and awarded him 4 BC Country Music Awards, 5 International Country Music Awards, and 2 songs in the Top 100 at national radio across Canada. Ben Klick is known to take audiences on a journey with his modern country sound mixed with a traditional twist.

 

Check out his website HERE

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Tiger Moon
Saturday, September 18th        TBA

 

Tiger Moon Tiger Moon is a West Canadian folk duo. Boasting harmonious sounds, heartfelt melodies, and foot-stomping rhythms, this is a pair to be reckoned with. They perform with a guitar, mandolin, two sets of boots and two big, rich voices. Drawing their sound from traditional folk, Canadiana, soul and rock, they are a minimalist barn-burning band with syrup-soaked harmonies.

Check out their Youtube Channel!

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Kentucky Eileen
Saturday, September 18th        TBA

Kentucky Eileen is a new folk quartet born from the orchards of the Okanagan region of BC. Based around melodic swells and four-part harmony, four of BC’s most beloved musical savants comprise the lineup; Joshua Smith (The Trips), Dan Tait (Tiger Moon), Sam Balson (Dope Folk), and Mitchell Howanyk (Wild Son). Inspired by Roger Miller and Ricky Skaggs, this quartet takes traditional American folk music and gives it a supremely Canadian flavour - sonically akin to The Band.

Check out their YouTube Channel!

 

Les Folles Jambettes CanCan Dancers
Saturday, September 18th     TBA

Les Folles Jambettes, which translates as Crazy Legs, hail from Grand Forks British Columbia. They are a high kicking spirited group of dancers highlighting the Cancan style of the 1800’s. For the last 18 years Les Folles Jambettes dancers have brought history alive with the style of shows that was common in the Boundary region, and elsewhere in B.C. and the western U.S., throughout the boomtown mining days. They can be seen flying across the stage doing leg circles, the pigeon wing, and dropping to the splits! The women in the group range in age from 27 through 62 and come from all walks of life.  Check out their website HERE

 

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Doublestop Creek
Saturday, September 18th     TBA

Friends Sue McEvoy and Denise Soule - Double Stop Creek - have been performing together since 2018 throughout the South Okanagan. They are known for their intertwined melodies from guitar, dobro and fiddle bringing you an acoustic variety of Country with a sprinkling of Bluegrass and Cajun.