Bahamas brings live music to Kelowna this fall – Kelowna News

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Live music is making a comeback

Live music is making a comeback in Kelowna.

As the country slowly begins to open up again, musicians and artists begin to announce their
concert and performance shots.

Canadian songwriter, musician and Bahamian social media influencer Afie Jurvanen returns to the Okanagan at the Kelowna Community Theater on Sunday, November 21. The tour will feature 37 stops on the Still Sad tour, supporting its award-winning fifth full album, Sad Hunk.

The five-time JUNO award winner last week won the Adult Alternative Album of the Year award for Sad Hunk, making him the first to receive the honor for three consecutive albums. Sad Hunk is set to be Jurvanen’s fifth consecutive album to receive over 100 million streams.

Jurvanen spent the pandemic working on his popular YouTube series Live To Tape, which saw him perform remotely with backing groups consisting of Bob Glaub and Russ Kunkel, Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit, Dawes and rhythm sections for Roger Waters, Jackson Browne, Adele, Beck, REM, and more.

Tickets for the Bahamas Kelowna show in November will go on sale through Select Your Tickets at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 25.


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