Burton Cummings in Kelowna March 11

Cummings will be "In Your Backyard" early in the new year. Tickets go on sale Nov 27

  • Nov. 21, 2014 9:00 a.m.

Burton Cummings and his band embark on a mini B.C. tour which will play a series of intimate venues for the most loyal fans.

Opening for the “In Your Backyard Tour” will be Vancouver based musician, Wil.

The tour will consist of eight smaller cities for a string of rare appearances. This is a tour about legends coming to your neck of the woods instead of the fans having to drive to the big cities.

“In Your Backyard Tour” will be in Victoria,  Duncan,  Kelowna,  Penticton,  Kamloops,  Vernon,  Powell River and Mission.

Burton Cummings and the Burton Cummings Band, Wednesday, March 11 at the Kelowna Community Theatre, 1375 Water St., Kelowna.

Doors 6:30 pm – Show 7:30 pm.

Tickets: $95.50-$115.50 + service charges.

Tickets available at: Select Your Tickets @ Prospera Place Box Office 1223 Water St., by phone (250) 762-5050 or online at www.selectyourtickets.com



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