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Enjoy music amongst the fruit at Gatzke Orchard

Kevin Kane, of legendary Kelowna band The Grapes of Wrath, joins The Northern Pike’s Brian Potvin in one of the concerts at Oyama’s Gatzke Orchard this summer. - photo submitted
Kevin Kane, of legendary Kelowna band The Grapes of Wrath, joins The Northern Pike’s Brian Potvin in one of the concerts at Oyama’s Gatzke Orchard this summer.
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Oyama’s Gatzke Orchard returns with its summer concert series, starting with the third annual Woodstock Revival Festival July 4 to 6 on the Big Blue Stage.

Also scheduled is a performance by Bryan Potvin of The Northern Pikes and Kevin Kane  from The Grapes of Wrath July 20, followed by Vancouver’s The Boom Booms with famed producer Chin Injeti Aug. 10.

Vernon’s own 11-piece R&B band The Legendary Lake Monsters play Aug. 17, followed by Vancouver Island multi-instrumentalist Shane Philip Sept. 7.

“We are very excited about the events planned for this summer at the orchard,” said Gatzke event manager Joseph Pinheiro. “This summer we have a real diverse lineup of music – a little something for everyone.”

A celebration of ‘60s culture and music, the three-day Woodstock Revival will transform the orchard into a hippie utopia full of tie dye and patchouli. The all-ages event will include performances by Jason Buie, Poppa Dawg, Sabrina Weeks, Kathy Frank, Ellie Johnson, Sugar Bud, Linda Sue Wilson, Dan Engelland and others.

Tickets for all events are now on sale at www.gatzkeorchard.com.

 

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