Jim Cuddy

Jim Cuddy plays Peachland

The Juno award winning artist of Blue Rodeo fame will hit stage with Colin Cripps and Anne Lindsay

The Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards has announced that Jim Cuddy will perform July 15, 2017 on the Crush Deck at their new sparkling wine facility surrounded by vineyard and mountain and overlooking Okanagan Lake in Peachland.

The Juno award winning artist of Blue Rodeo fame will grace the stage along with Colin Cripps and Anne Lindsay.

“I cannot think of a better opening concert for our new winery,” said president Gordon Fitzpatrick. “Jim Cuddy along with a flute of FITZ Brut while enjoying the magnificent vistas at our historic Greata Ranch property. Talk about bringing a lot of sparkle to the Okanagan.”

Tickets are $125 and are available online commencing June 2, 2017 at http://www.fitzwine.com/Visit/Concerts.

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