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2023 Performers 


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Bad Moon Riders


Son of John



Date(s) & Time(s) Saturday, September 16th at 7:00 pm

Bad Moon Riders proudly present a Salute to the Music and Hit Songs of Creedence Clearwater Revival.  This is a Professional hard driving show from start to finish that will transport you back to the golden era of rock.  Featured vocalist Mike Kelly, has an amazing singing voice, tone and delivery flawlessly matching John Fogerty’s vocals.

Creedence’s songs – including,“Fortunate Son”, “Proud Mary”, “Born On The Bayou”, “Bad Moon Risin’, endure as timeless rock and roll classics that defined the spirit and sound of North American music as authentically as any group ever has.

Bad Moon Riders take great pleasure in faithfully recreating the music of CCR just as you remember it, lived it, and loved it!


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Date(s) & Time(s) Saturday, September 16th at 12:45 pm
                                    Sunday, September 17th at 2:45 pm

Son of John is a country/roots duo from Castlegar, British Columbia and if you can't tell, they are father & son. Son of John doesn't quite fit the mold - on purpose. Country runs deep in their veins, with Johnny actively farming each year on the Saskatchewan prairies where he was born and raised and Javan growing up on the river in the mountains on the family farm in rural BC. So, you can say Son of John doesn't make ‘fake country songs', with their rootsy instrumentations — fiddle, mandolin, banjos and dobros, — capturing an authentic acoustic sound. With or without their full band on stage, their live show can bring the two-step to the party, or they can croon with harmonies only the same DNA can create.  In case you didn’t know — the music video Put Your Hands Up, filmed in beautiful Midway, British Columbia premiered  June 2022, thanks to Creative BC and Front Porch.

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Gary Saturday


Date(s) & Time(s) Saturday, September 16th at 3:15 pm
                                    Sunday, September 17th at 11:00 am

Influenced by the nostalgic Americana of The Band and the soulful vocals & strong songwriting of artists like Ray LaMontagne, Jason Isbell and Nathaniel Rateliff, Gary Saturday have crafted their own signature sound. When Garrett Scatterty assembled a collective of like-minded , lifelong musicians and friends with Taylor Gross, D'Arcy Booth and Dylan Ranney, they formed a collaboration of some of the Okanagan's finest musicians.  Drawing on each member's versatile and unique strengths, they found a magical mix of musicianship that became know as Gary Saturday.

Hot Sax Trio


Date(s) & Time(s) Sunday, September 17th at 12:15 pm
Featuring a unique blend of guitar, vocals, and saxophone, these three are top-notch performers for a guaranteed fun night out. Saxophone-infused Cage the Elephant meets Dave Mathews Band with male harmonies, soulful sax, and electric as well as acoustic guitar.

Les Folles Jambettes


 Date(s) & Time(s)  Saturday, September 16th at 4:15 pm
                                      Sunday, September 17th at 4:15 pm

Les Folles Jambettes, which translates to Crazy Legs, was founded in 1997 by two women with a passion for the traditional Cancan dance style that wanted to bring this unique dance to the Boundary. Over the years Les Folles Jambettes have created entertainment which puts a modern spin on a traditional dance style that is truly unique, in that it brings the romance of the old west and the history of the gold rush to life. Travelling with their musical madame these skilled dancers produce an exciting show full of hilarious antics, high kicks and fun tricks. It truly is something you don’t want to miss!  

Rebel Luv


 Date(s) & Time(s)  Saturday, September 16th at 2:00 pm
                                      Sunday, September 17th at 1:30 pm

Rebel Luv is a duet of two very different artists collaborating their talents to create an effervescent menagerie of originals and cover songs made up of old and new country/classic rock/pop and blues. The will get you off your chairs and if not Mikie has no problem dancing with you herself! Ken is a multitalented musician, composer and producer  who has been playing guitar since he was 14 years old and opened for very large bands throughout western Canada. Ken and and Mikie have played hundreds of venues and their latest single is called “Opposites Attract” and “Aligned on You” which you can stream on any of the most popular streaming sites. Also their latest album “Dirt Road to Heaven” was nominated for Top 3 Album out of 1000 bands, and Best Pop/Rock band in the Thompson Okanagan. If you want lively you won’t be disappointed!!!



Date(s) & Time(s) Saturday, September 16th at 10:00 am

Kansas-lee is a rare desert flower with a sensational voice and authentic presence, with songs that drift towards a soulful folky sound. She’s been honing her craft for the past 10 years, emerging as the true artist and songwriter she’s been growing into since childhood. In recent years she has self produced  three albums, being warmly received across Canada, California, England, and Spain. Her new album is written with resonating themes of freedom, resilience, and empathy, plucked from the ether and told through her own eyes, feeling compelled to shed light on our shadows. 

Back Home Bluegrass Etc.


Date(s) & Time(s) Saturday, September 16th at 10:30 am
     The music of Back Home Bluegrass Etc has a very consistent sound centered around acoustic stringed instruments and hard-driving and dynamic rhythms. This group draws their inspiration and musical influences from bluegrass artists old and new. Their instrumental line-up includes John Duquette on guitar and mandolin, Joan Duquette on dobro and fiddle, Mike Snedden on upright bass and Cindy Snedden on mandolin and guitar. All perform vocals.
     John and Joan recently moved to Midway, BC from Nova Scotia where John spent three years as the Director of Entertainment for Nova Scotia’s South Shore Bluegrass Music Association. Since arriving in BC, John and Joan have become involved in the Summerland Bluegrass Society and are actively promoting bluegrass music in the Boundary. They have been playing and singing Bluegrass music for many years, and have attended Bluegrass festivals throughout Canada and the US.
     Mike and Cindy are supporters of folk music and Bluegrass in the Okanagan, helping to host the annual Summerland Bluegrass Festival as well as regular Bluegrass jams in Kelowna, West Kelowna and Summerland through the Summerland Bluegrass Society. They have also supported professional touring musicians by hosting close to 50 concerts in their home since 2011.

Grand Forks Performing Arts Youth Company 


Date(s) & Time(s) Sunday, September 17th at 10:15 am

Grand Forks Performing Arts Youth Dance Company is a group of gifted and talented young dancers, aged 8-12yrs (jr company) & 13-17 yrs (teen company), who share a passion for dance and an enthusiasm for performing together.  Our company is contemporary based but also explores other styles such as jazz, tap, ballet and street dance. 


Our Vision: to help support our community with uplifting events using the art of dance. We also want to help educate our community by providing excellent cultural, educational and joyful performances. 


Our Mission: 

to provide opportunities for connecting with art, nature, music, dance, and other positive activities, while celebrating creativity and diversity in a supportive, joyful community through the art of dance. 


Boundary Drummers


Date(s) & Time(s) Saturday, September 16th at 11:45 am

Boundary Drummers represent many nations from across the Boundary. They will be drumming on a Grandmother Drum made in the spirit of uniting All Nations. This drum was created by community, for community, with funding and support from the Boundary Metis Community Association.

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