Musical friends bring Erin Costelo to Kelowna

Wine & Art to host Erin Costelo Oct. 29 in Kelowna.

  • Oct. 19, 2016 1:00 p.m.

Erin Costelo

Erin Costelo will be in Kelowna for a micro-concert, thanks to local singer Anna Jacyszyn and Wilbur at Wine & Art.

“This wonderful talent is now performing at a pop up concert on Oct. 29 from 7:30 to 9 p.m.,” Jacyszyn announced in a press release. “She will be singing and playing the piano accompanied by her touring guitarist.

Costelo is a Nova Scotia native with international appeal and was been labelled as ‘The voice of a soul singer, the soul of a gospel singer.’

She has shared the stage with musical legends.

The intimate setting of the Wine & Art will be a stellar place to hear Costelo. With just 45 seats, the room is sure to be filled with music lovers.

Tickets are $15: Reserve your seat by emailing Jacyszyn, call her at 250 763-6141 or visit Wine & Art online to purchase your seat with a credit card.

Wine & Art is located at 315 Lawrence Ave, corner of Water St.  “Arrive peckish because there is a full tapas menu with delicious choices and a large wine list of local liquid love.”

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