Lyle Lovett, Chris Isaak follow Chris Botti concert at Mission Hills

The experience of an evening performance under the open sky at the Mission Hill amphitheatre is unforgettable.

The Summer Concert Series at Mission Hill continues to heat up with the addition of internationally acclaimed musicians Lyle Lovett, July 12 and Chris Isaak, July 27. Following close on the heels of award-winning jazz artist Chris Botti’s June 24 performance, both concerts mark the artists’ only British Columbia show dates this summer.

The experience of an evening performance under the open sky at the Mission Hill amphitheatre is unforgettable. There is something extraordinarily special for both the artist and the audience at this intimate hilltop location which seats 1,000 guests — a wonderful outdoor concert experience reminiscent of the grand performances staged at the Arena di Verona, one of Italy’s historic open-air Roman amphitheatres. With majestic mountains and the scenic lake creating the perfect backdrop, guests will enjoy an evening of music, wine and cuisine at one of Canada’s premiere concert locations

Lyle Lovett: Thursday, July 12

Mission Hill is delighted to host Lovett’s first appearance in Okanagan wine country. After four Grammy Awards and 14 albums, Lovett is one of the all-time great singer/songwriters whose unique voice soars effortlessly through a repertoire of country, folk, blues and even gospel music. What emerges is a picture of a smart and complicated man, whose good humor and generosity of spirit have generated songs as brilliant and double-sided as “If I Had A Boat,” “God Will,” and “If I Were the Man You Wanted.”

Chris Isaak: Friday, July 27

Back by popular demand for his second consecutive year, Isaak will once again charm Okanagan audiences with his legendary live show. Isaak became a hit on the Billboard charts and earned widespread fame with his album, ‘Heart Shaped World.’ An accomplished musician and actor, last year proved to be an unforgettable performance leaving concert goers ready for more. This year Isaak tours in support of his recently released album ‘Beyond the Sun.’

Tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 9th at 10am – via SelectYourTickets.com – beginning at $99.00 each.

In addition, Mission Hill is offering three experiential packages to enable fans and guests to enjoy an unforgettable evening of wine, food and song:

Terrace Dinner & Concert

The Dinner & Concert package includes reserved concert seating and a 3 course pre-set seasonally inspired dining experience with wine pairings and breathtaking panoramic views of the winery and Lake Okanagan at our award-winning Terrace Restaurant. Dinner seating reservations will begin at 5pm. The popular Dinner & Concert package is available in limited quantities. Seating is reserved for a maximum of 70 guests.

Loggia Wine Lounge & Concert

Making its debut this season, the new Loggia Wine Lounge & Concert package includes reserved concert seating and access to the winery’s outdoor covered gallery adjacent to the concert amphitheatre. Along with a reserved seat, guests will have exclusive access to the Loggia and be treated to wine service and hors d’oeuvres prior to the concert commencement. The Loggia Wine Lounge will begin at 6pm. This new experiential package is available for a maximum of 50 guests.

Reception & Concert

The Reception & Concert package includes reserved concert seating and an elegant pre-concert reception in our beautiful Visitor’s Centre featuring exquisite food and wine pairings. The reception will be hosted by Mission Hill Family Estate’s Director of Wine Education Ingo Grady. Reception will begin at 6pm. Capacity for this popular pre-concert reception is limited to 100 guests.

Purchase your tickets:

Online: http://http://www.selectyourtickets.com/missionhill2012.php | Phone: 250.762.5050

For more information visit: missionhillwinery.com

Facebook: Facebook.com/MissionHillWine | Twitter: @MissionHillWine

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