Bif Naked to perform in Kelowna

I Bificus, Songs and Stories tour is set to arrive in Kelowna Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Canadian recording artist Bif Naked is bringing her show I Bificus, Songs and Stories tour is set to arrive in Kelowna Wednesday, Sept. 6.

From her beginnings as an orphan in India, to celebrated International Recording Artist, Poet and Author, Bif Naked remains innovative.

“She churned her way through ever-increasingly hardcore bands Jungle Milk, Gorilla Gorilla, Chrome Dog and Dying To Be Violent to stardom as a solo Diva,” reads the press release for her upcoming appearance.

Naked has produced such notable tracks as “Moment of Weakness”, “I Love Myself Today”, “Tango Shoes”, “Nothing Else Matters”, “We Are The Lucky Ones”, “Let Down” and “Spaceman” which made Canadian history with its No. 1 position on National charts, and N0. 2 on Billboard’s International Charts making it the highest-spun independent song in Canadian history.

“Performance is my passion,” said Naked. “I owe it to myself and my beautiful fans to keep evolving and pushing the boundaries.” Her amazing ability to slide easily between her punk roots, rock, pop, alternative, and contemporary music are clearly visible on the Platinum-selling album I,Bificus as well as the Gold albums Purge and Superbeautifulmonster.”

Introspective, powerful, and infectious, bif naked’s legendary shows have kept her on tour from Russia to Central America, India to the U.K. and Europe to North America. Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

The concert is scheduled for the Mary Irwin Theatre, Rotary Centre For The Arts, 421 Cawston Avenue, Kelowna.

Tickets are $42.50 (plus Facility Fee and Service Charges), and are available at the Box Office or online at

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