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Okanagan Rocks Night returns to Peach Festival

Get ready to rock out under the stars as Penticton Peach Festival proudly presents Okanagan Rocks Night, presented by Kettle Valley Memorial, featuring two of the B.C. Interior’s premier bands. 

Set against the backdrop of Okanagan Lake Park, the last evening of Peach Festival promises high-energy performances with The Hip Replacements and High Voltage, an AC/DC tribute band taking centre stage.

“Ending the festival with these two great Okanagan bands, presented by Kettle Valley Memorial, seems like a fitting way to wrap up Peach Fest. Loud music and lots of fun, it will be a night you don’t want to miss,” said Peach Festival President Shawna Tinga.

High Voltage, known for their incredible tribute to AC/DC, has become synonymous with Peach Festival. With 10 past performances on the Peters Bros. main stage under their belt, High Voltage is poised to once again captivate audiences of all ages with their electrifying stage presence.

 With a legacy of sellout crowds throughout Western Canada spanning 18 years, The Hip Replacements tribute to the Tragically Hip are primed to make a lasting impression on festival-goers.

Okanagan Rocks Night is just one of the many highlights of the 77th annual Penticton Peach Festival, scheduled for Aug. 7-11. From the opening night performance by Nazareth and Phonix Dance Band to Tim Hortons Country Night featuring Steven Lee Olsen and the talented Lydia Sutherland, and Honeymoon Suite and Odds, the festival promises a diverse lineup of musical talent.

RE/MAX Tribute Night will feature Yellow Brick Road Experience as the headliner, along with American Rock Legends paying homage to John Fogerty, CCR, and Bob Seger.

For more information on how to become a Peach Festival volunteer, click here.

Members of the AC/DC Tribute Band High Voltage performing at Penticton Peach Festival.

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