Music in the park

Thousands turned out under sunny skies to enjoy the second annual Keloha Music Festival in Kelowna
Thousands turned out under sunny skies to enjoy the second annual Keloha Music Festival in Kelowna's Waterfront Park Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Here, Vancouver band The Zolas perform on the park's Island Stage.
— image credit: Alistair Waters/Capital News

Music fans flocked to Kelowna's Waterfront Park over the weekend to take in the second annual Keloha Music Festival. Under sunny skies and basking in hot weather, thousands took in the myriad of concerts performed on two stages in the park, one on the beach at Tugboat Bay and the other, the Island Stage . Bands playing the festival this year included included Mutemath, Matt and Kim, The Trews, Arkells, The Zolas, MGMT, Capital Cities, Damn Fools and host of others.

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