Blue Rodeo visits valley

Blue Rodeo will be making a concert stop in Kelowna as part of a cross-Canada tour

Blue Rodeo will be making a concert stop in Kelowna as part of a cross-Canada tour in conjunction with the release of the band’s 13th studio album.

Blue Rodeo will appear at Prospera Place Jan 6, 7:30 p.m.

The In Our Nature Tour will see the band play shows from coast to coast, beginning Jan. 2 at Vancouver’s Orpheum Theatre.

The band’s latest work, In Our Nature, is scheduled for release Oct. 29.

“Doing a lot of touring while making this record helped a lot,” says vocalist Greg Keelor.

“Everybody was getting along and the band was playing well together.

“It’s a good crop of songs and everyone just played it right and they played it beautifully,” he said.

Tickets went on sale Friday. Charge by phone at 250-762-50505 or also available at  the Prospera Place box office. Ticket prices are $48.50, $65.50 and me+3 four-packs for $124.


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