Revelry Food+Music Hub is expected to open this summer.
The renovated former produce warehouse in Kelowna’s Cultural District (1383 Ellis Street) will be a casual café, music hall and urban meeting space all under one roof.
The Revelry, which has been years in the planning, will feature live music and dining formats that vary by time of day, and by day of the week.
“Our pending opening date would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our trade professionals on site, as they help us navigate one of the most challenging construction environments in decades,” states a media release.
A general manager (Ali Lewis) and food and beverage manager (Andrea Callan) have been hired, and Revelry is currently hiring for other positions.
In September 2022, the Revelry was the target of a threatened lawsuit by several residents of The Madision condo building, which is next door to the Revelry, after they failed to get city council to deny support of a liquor primary licence for the venue.