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Oliver Festival of the Grape
Oliver's Festival of the Grape is presented by the
South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce
Join in on the Oliver Grape Festival fun!!
SUNDAY OCTOBER 5th 2014
AT THE OLIVER COMMUNITY CENTRE.
6359 Park Drive, Oliver, B.C.
Advance tickets $23.00 ($25.00 at the door) NOW AVAILABLE!
Call or visit the South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce
6431 Station Street, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0
Buy your tickets online or at any of the listed locations below.
BC Wine Info VQA 553 Vees Drive, Penticton (250) 490-2006
Imperial Office Pro 8510 Main Street, Osoyoos (250) 495-2510
Discover Wines 2080 Springfield Rd., Kelowna (250) 868-3990
Shoppers Drug Mart #1100 5955 Main Street, Oliver (250) 498-3663
South Okanagan Chamber of Commerce 6431 Station St., Oliver (250) 498-6321
Oliver Festival of the Grape program of events/activities
Cheer on the Parade of Wineries
Grape Stomping competition
Wine tasting from over 50 Okanagan wineries
Smoke free and pet free (designated smoking areas)
Chateau de Kids Whine Venue (petting zoo & activities)
Note:Free admission for kids under 19
Live entertainment with The Paperboys
Indoor Art Show
15 Food Vendors
60 Trade Vendors
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This year's live entertainment is THE PAPERBOYS
The Paperboys are a Canadian folk music band from Vancouver that formed in 1991. They blend Celtic folk with bluegrass, Mexican, Eastern European, African, zydeco, soul and country influences. Known for consistently creating pop songs with melodic hooks, their music has been called versatile, with a wide range of influences, melding diverse musical influences more successfully than some other Irish rock bands have previously.
A staple at folk, roots, and bluegrass festivals in North America and Europe, The Paperboys have extensively toured both continents, performing in England, Germany, Switzerland, Norway, Scotland, Ireland, France, and Austria. Regularly featured on Canadian national television, The Paperboys have said in the past, "We get paid for the travel time but play for free."