Australian singing twins featured at Okanagan Pride Festival

The twins shared their talents on the second season of The Voice Australia in 2013.

Melbourne twins Bec & Sebastian will be performing at Okanagan Pride – Festival on the Beach on August 15.

Bec & Sebastian have achieved a lot in the short time they’ve been performing together. In 2013 the twins shared their talents on national Australian television when they appeared on the second season of The Voice Australia and were swiftly picked by Voice judge, Ricky Martin to join his team.

Quickly becoming live crowd favourites on the Australian festival and events scene the duo have gigged heavily, while playing prestigious events.

The twins are set to perform twice on the TD Stage in Kelowna. This free event is open to the public.

Please check out okanaganpride.com for performance times and to learn more about Okanagan Pride Unleashed.

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