Local Entertainment

Heartfelt sounds with Serena Ryder

“You’re not allowed to make me cry on stage.”

A colourful summer night celebrating art

Midsummer’s Eve of the Arts raises more than $60,000 for the Vernon Public Art Gallery

Vernon Proms opener an operatic powerhouse

Marie Civitarese looks and sounds as though she is straight out of the golden age of classical music

Spoke literary festival returns to Vernon

Okanagan literary festival puts Vernon on the map with award-winning writers hosting workshops

Element Music Festival ready to rock

New music festival taking place just outside of Princeton

King of pop sings and dances through Vernon

With a black fedora tipped forward covering his eyes, he watches as he glides across the stage

Tiger Moon launches new album


Hands up for Caravan Farm Theatre


Making Canada's cocktail


Carli's corner


Mainstage to return to Vernon

After a week of theatrical productions and workshops, B.C.’s theatre buffs are excited for more

Sultry R&B grooves at Lorenzo’s

Last year, a Vancouver woman quit her job and took her life on the road to pursue her true passion

VPAG announces upcoming exhibit

Music and art meet at the Vernon Public Art Gallery in Perfect Music: High Voltage

Reel Reviews: Our spider sense is tingling

We say, “This may be the right fit for Spider-Man”

  • Jul 14th, 2017

Street Sounds: Sister soft rock trio

The sister act Haim brings the magic of sibling vocal interplay to their second album

  • Jul 14th, 2017

Dark jazzy grooves at Record City

SMG Endeavors presents Ghostly Hounds and Too Sense Thursday, July 20 at Record City

Singing through the history of B.C.’s cowboys

Spurs click as the brown leather boots stamp on the wooden stage

Cuban rhythms add heat to Roots & Blues

Award-winning Jane Bunnett performs with Macqueque

  • Jul 12th, 2017

Vernon Film Society launches summer season

For its first film of the summer season, the Vernon Film Society is screening Weirdos

  • Jul 12th, 2017

Author shares his long journey

For nearly 85 years, Eugene Stefaniuk has walked the roads of Western Canada

Bluegrass reworking of Faustian classic

Caravan Farm Theatre classic The Ballad of Weedy Peetstraw returns to the farm July 25 to Aug. 27

Highland dancers swarm Silver Star

Silver Star witnessed a performance from the Piping Hot Summer Drummers and Highland Dancers

Classical music festival returns to Vernon

Every summer, when classical music organizations take a brake, classical music lovers feel abandoned

  • Jul 9th, 2017

It will be a night to remember

Patrons gather around a collection of beautiful artwork bathed in the midsummer eve’s orange glow