2022 Entertainment Schedule

Are you ready to dance, sing and have some fun. We are so excited to bring you amazing free concerts all three days during Ribfest including The Heels who are are headlining July 3, starting at 7:35 PM

Friday, July 1, 2022

2:35 – 3:05
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3:20 -4:00
TIGER BOMB
4:20 – 4:50
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5:05 – 5:45
ROLLIN’ COAL

Rollin’ Coal presents a retro vibe, and wants to share their love of classic music with you. They will delight you with a number of different styles including vintage rock, Latin grooves and a sprinkle of country, reggae and blues. Surprising song choices and catchy originals will have you tapping your toes and applauding for more.

6:05 – 6:45
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7:00 – 7:30
THE FLANNEL CONTRACT

The Flannel Contract is a Penticton based three piece group with inspiration from bands such as D.O.A., The Talking Heads, and Cage The Elephant. They bring a high energy sound consisting of alternative, old school punk, and surf that can only be described as ‘Okanagan Rock

7:50 – 8:50
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9:05 – 10:00
HILLSIDE OUTLAWS

Hillside Outlaws continue to make waves in the country music scene releasing 3 brand new singles in 2021. Their song Beer is Essential has been a digital success garnering over 200k streams across the platforms. Their new summer song, Something Bout Summer, hit the radio waves in June and has been making an impression across the country being a top downloaded at radio and most active indie on multiple occasions in the first weeks of the release. The song was also featured on the Casey Clarke Countdown as the One to Watch. Their live show is jam packed with high octane energy that will have any audience on the edge of their seat and leave them wanting more.

Saturday, July 2, 2022

2:35 – 3:05
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3:20 -4:00
13 BROKEN BONES
4:20 – 4:50
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5:05 – 5:45
TBA
6:05 – 6:45
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7:00 – 7:30
ROLLIN’ COAL

Rollin’ Coal presents a retro vibe, and wants to share their love of classic music with you. They will delight you with a number of different styles including vintage rock, Latin grooves and a sprinkle of country, reggae and blues. Surprising song choices and catchy originals will have you tapping your toes and applauding for more.

7:50 – 8:50
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9:05 – 10:00
ROLAND ALLEN ROCK TRIO

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Deadline: Sunday, July 3, 2022 at 9:00 p.m. Draw: Sunday, July 3, 2022 at 9:30 p.m.

Sunday, July 3, 2022

1:35 – 2:05
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2:20 -3:00
THE FLANNEL CONTRACT

The Flannel Contract is a Penticton based three piece group with inspiration from bands such as D.O.A., The Talking Heads, and Cage The Elephant. They bring a high energy sound consisting of alternative, old school punk, and surf that can only be described as ‘Okanagan Rock

3:20 – 4:00
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4:15 – 4:45
TIGER BOMB
5:00 – 5:30
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5:45 – 6:25
13 BROKEN BONES

We are a classic rock cover band based in Penticton, British Columbia. We’ve been entertaining crowds all over BC for over 10 years. Pubs, clubs, festivals, corporate events, private parties; big or small, we rock them all.

7:35 – 8:45
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9:05 – 10:00
THE HEELS

There’s a sound that isn’t heard enough on Country radio—the sound of organic, three-part female harmonies, offering stories that speak the language of modern women everywhere. Add in some good-natured brash and sassy attitude and you’ve got Canada’s pop-country queens, The Heels.

That title is now undisputed with the release of the trio’s sophomore album I Am, the follow-up to their warmly received 2018 debut, Love, Heels. Although Bobbi Smith, Brittni Dominelli and Kyla Rawlins have spent much of these past three years winning over audiences with a dynamic live show that showcases each of their distinctive voices and personalities, they also found time to write over 100 songs during several trips to Nashville—and at their home base in Vancouver—from which I Am’s 16 tracks were chosen.

By incorporating influences ranging from classic country, gospel and Motown, through to powerful contemporary female artists such as Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood and Whitney Houston, I Am is an album that, although it may be categorized as country, displays a unique musical vision that transcends the genre.

Bobbi, Brittni and Kyla still get a kick whenever someone assumes they’re sisters. They know it’s not just because of their seamless “family blend” harmony, but because of the obvious personal chemistry they share. And when that chemistry comes down to spreading positive energy, as they do unabashedly with I Am, there is just no limit to how high The Heels will lift us.

July 1-2-3, 2022, at Skaha Lake Park 

Friday, July 1 – Noon – 10 PM
Saturday, July 2 – Noon  10 pm
Sunday, July 3 – Noon – 10 pm

Penticton Rotary Ribfest NEW LOCATION!
Skaha Lake Park

Friday, July 1 – Noon – 10 PM
Saturday, July 2 – Noon  10 pm
Sunday, July 3 – Noon – 10 pm

 

Photos provided by London Drugs Camera Department Staff