Events in Kelowna this Summer

Jan 19, 2018

While the list of things to DO year-round in Kelowna is endless, the Okanagan city also plays host to numerous annual events that attract visitors from all over. 

If you are attending one of our four weeks of Okanagan Hockey Camps in Kelowna this coming summer, chances are there is a big event happening while your in town. 

RELATED: Three things to do in Kelowna while attending Hockey Camp

Plan your summer holiday ahead of time and check out the following events. For more events, please visit the Tourism Kelowna website

Mile High Wine & Food Festival

August 10-12, 2018
SilverStar Mountain Resort

Sip and taste 5000 feet above!

Wine and food seminars, alpine flower hikes, live music and more! The 2018 Mile High Wine Festival runs August 10-12 at SilverStar Mountain Resort. Sample wines from over 30 British Columbia wineries, while taking in the spectacular views of the surrounding lakes and valleys at 5280 feet above sea level.

Click here for more information! 

Rock the Lake

August 10-12, 2018
Prospera Place Festival Site

Kelowna's Annual Classic Rock Festival

Richard Bachman, Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts, Nazareth and more! Head outside and take in some classic rock music at Kelowna's must-see classic rock festival.

Click here for more information!

Feast of Fields

August 12, 2018
Caldwell Heritage Farm

Experience the Harvest, Gourmet Style

Grab a wine glass and a plate, take in the live music and stroll table to table tasting gourmet food from some of the best chefs in BC, while sipping on refreshments from BC wineries, distilleries and breweries. 

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