Crowds packed Okanagan Lake Park for Aaron Pritchett’s performance at the 70th annual Peach Festival. Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

Country singer draws huge crowd to Peach Festival

Penticton Peach Festival featured Aaron Pritchett Friday night

Aaron Pritchett headlined Penticton Peach Festival’s Friday night entertainment lineup, filling Okanagan Lake Park with music lovers for the third night in a row.

The fun continues with more entertainment and music Saturday and Sunday, featuring the Peters Brothers Grand Parade starting at 10 a.m. today and the Kiddies Day Parade at noon on Sunday.

Brent Stewart’s Rod Stewart Tribute show tops off the fun today at 9:30 p.m., and Tom Lavin and the Legendary Powder Blues Band wraps up the festival, starting at 8:35 p.m. Sunday.


The crowd, lit by the stage lights as night settles over the festival. Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

Pritchett said his goal is to keep people coming back for more. Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

Pritchett was nominated for the Canadian Country Music Association 2017 Male artist of the year. Emanuel Sequeira/Western News

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