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Keloha says aloha to sizzling summer heat

Local musician Devon Coyote took the stage at Keloha Saturday afternoon as fans braved 35C to enjoy the indie music festival. - Jennifer Smith
Local musician Devon Coyote took the stage at Keloha Saturday afternoon as fans braved 35C to enjoy the indie music festival.
— image credit: Jennifer Smith

With temperatures hitting 36C on Saturday afternoon, musical talent stepped on stage to entertain a group of swimming fans enjoying Keloha from Okanagan Lake.

This is the third year for the local indie festival; the second major Wet Ape Productions project of the summer season.

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