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Tim Hortons Country Night at Penticton Peach Festival

How do you follow up an amazing opening day of the Penticton Peach Festival? With a line up of music and entertainment for Tim Hortons Country Night!

The RONA Kid Zone in Gyro Park will take place for the second of its three day run from 9 a.m. to noon (click here to see more). Get there at 9 a.m. for an energizing morning start with Steady Effort Yoga and then work out some wiggles dancing with Kiki the Eco Elf, Bobby Bovenzi and the Nankama Drummers and by enjoying all the other fun things happening. 

At noon you can head over to Okanagan Lake Park to grab yourself some lunch from our amazing vendors and get ready for an action-packed show from the West Coast Lumberjacks (presented by Grizzly Excavating) at noon and 2:15 p.m. Follow that up with the high-flying Mega Motocross (presented by Canadian Tire) at 1:15 p.m. and 4 p.m. In between those acts you will catch the talented Black Widow Rope Spinners and some amazing dance performances from Balance School of Performing Arts and Okanagan Dance Studio. Don’t forget to wear your cowboy hats because we have a great lineup of country music including the Hillside Outlaws and Beamer Wigley. Headlining the evening is Shawn Austin at 7:45 p.m. and Jess Moskaluke at 9:30 p.m. Austin is nominated for Single of the Year with the song Tailgate to Heaven. Moskaluke, who recently released the song Knock Off, is a platinum-selling, award-winning country star

Enjoy the midway rides and games starting at 4 p.m. as Shooting Star Amusements will be set up in Rotary Park, located a short walk from Okanagan Lake Park.

Grab your besties, family or co-workers and get down to Skaha Lake to build your masterpiece sand sculpture for the Penticton Sunrise Rotary Sandcastle Competition (presented by Greyback Construction, Chamberlain Property Group, Skaha Hills and Larsens’ TrailTire). Join in on the fun or watch the teams create for bragging rights and a donation to their charity of choice. We all know that sand between your toes, hands, in your hair and clothes is a sign you had a really a successful summer! Click here for more information.

To see the full entertainment schedule for Thursday, Aug. 4 in Okanagan Lake Park click here. 

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