Hundreds of boats fill the Cinnemousun narrows to watch Trooper Perform for Waterway Houseboats’ 50th anniversary celebration on Saturday, May 19. (Jim Elliot/Eagle Valley News)

In Photos: Trooper attracts a crowd on Shuswap Lake

Hundreds of boats turn up to watch the Canadian rockers play atop a 94 foot houseboat

Hundreds of boats came to the Cinnemousun narrows on May 19 to celebrate the May long weekend with a floating concert headlined by Trooper. The floating festival was a celebration Waterway Houseboats’ 50th year in business.


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