Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace vocalist Raine Maida pleases the crowd with hits such as Is Anybody Home

Our Lady Peace rocks Kelowna

I Mother Earth and The Standstills open for OLP at Prospera Place Sunday evening

Canadian rock band Our Lady Peace had upwards of 2,500 fans eating out of their hands Sunday night at Kelowna’s Prospera Place.

The band, including vocalist Raine Maida, shared all of their favourite hits from the ’90s including Clumsy, Superman’s Dead and Is Anybody Home.

A highly demanded encore brought the band back out to perform 4 a.m., which Maida hardly had to sing as the crowd took over.

“We haven’t been here in 10 years so that’s our bad,” said Maida, adding: “We’re not going to let that happen again.

“Kelowna’s like this little oasis.”

Opening for OLP was the equally-anticipated I Mother Earth with such hits as One More Astronaut and Raspberry.

The Standstills, a two-person band kicked off the performances with their high-energy rock.

The OLP and IME Kelowna performance was just the second stop in their cross-Canada tour.

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