Photos: Little Big Town and Midland at the SOEC

Karen Fairchild (left) and Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town were an unstoppable duo at the South Okanagan Events Centre on March 1. The pair’s opposite vocal ranges made for a unique and beautiful juxtaposition. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Jimi Westbrook of Little Big Town connects with a standing crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre on March 1. The guitarist and singer was serving up fierce riffs and powerful vocals all night. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town belts it on stage at the SOEC. The singer delivered a mix of soft and strong vocals during the concert. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Phillip Sweet of Little Big Town shows his intimate side at the Penticton stop in the Breakers Canada tour. The guitarist and singer was full of emotion and range throughout the performance. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town can’t help but smile while connecting with her fans in the South Okanagan. The singer reached new heights with her vocals and dazzled the crowd with her upbeat performance. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Jess Carson (left) and Mark Wystrach of Midland find the rhythm during their performance at the South Okanagan Events Centre. The band delivered an 80s vibe with a country twist. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Mark Wystrach of Midland connects with the audience during his performance. The singer and guitarist worked the crowd and the stage all evening. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
Cameron Duddy of Midland shows off his passionate side in Penticton. The singer, guitarist and drummer was a crowd pleaser with his shirtless look and fun-loving attitude. Jordyn Thomson - Western News
(From left) Jess Carson, Mark Wystrach and Cameron Duddy of Midland shred together on stage at the SOEC. The group left the crowd wanting more when they opened for Little Big Town. Jordyn Thomson - Western News

On March 1 country legends Little Big Town rocked the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton as part of their Breakers Canada tour.

Opening for the Nashville-based band was Midland, an all-male ensemble delivering loads of guitar and 80s vibes, and Jillian Jacqueline, a small-figured powerhouse of sound. Approximately 4,300 people took in the concert and nearly all were brought to their feet at some point during the performance.

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