The Trips are worth the trip to Kelowna

The Trips, who have been a featured artist at the Coldstream Coffee House, are celebrating the release of new album, Love Came Calling.

  • Mar. 27, 2016 8:00 p.m.

A band familiar to these parts is about to release its new album in Kelowna.

The Trips, who have been a featured artist at the Coldstream Coffee House, are celebrating the release of new album, Love Came Calling, at the Kelowna Community Theatre April 9 at 7 p.m.

The concert is presented by the Streaming Café.

The Trips is a group of internationally known, world-class musicians, who came together in the summer of 2013 and quickly became a crowd favourite. Their high energy, heartfelt, lyrics and original twist on alternative bluegrass have entertained and thrilled thousands throughout B.C. and has even put them on stage for the prime minister.

Joining the band will be special guest Jen Lane, a Saskatoon based recording artist who is currently touring her fifth album This Life of Mine. Lane has a long list of accolades  including nominations for the Western Canadian Music Awards, The Prairie Music Awards, and many notable showcases across Canada and the U.S.

Tickets for the The Trips’ Kelowna performance are $20 and include a copy of the band’s new album.  They are available at Kelowna Tickets in the Orchard Park Mall and online at kelownatickets.com.

 

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