RCA announces its fall entertainment lineup

Kelowna's Rotary Centre for the Arts has an eclectic lineup of entertainers arranged. Tickets on sale now.

tickets will be on sale August 1st for the RCA Presents 2014/15 Season. Get your favorite seats to some of Canada’s finest touring artists. Sugar Skull Strut and Fiona Malena were nearly sold out last year, so snap up your tickets before they’re gone!

RCA lineup

The RCA kicks off its 2014-15 season on Sept. 18 with an explosive and passionately creative “La Cueva” (The Cave) by Fiona Malena Flamenco Ensemble.

Fiona developed La Cueva during a recent creative residency in Cappadocia, Turkey. She tours with Flamenco and Sufi musicians and includes sequences of Byzantine rock caves and fairy chimneys for a highly visual production.

Other season highlights include BDO’s Human Bonspiel; Out Innerspace’s contemporary dance Me So You So Me; and Rick Miller of Just for Laughs as he chronicles the defining moments of the baby boom era (1945-69) in BOOM.

You don’t need to be in a relationship to celebrate the Day of Love (Feb 14) at Love Bomb, a new event featuring music by Locarno, part Mexican but with strong doses of Cuban son, folk music, pop and funk.

Choose a cocktail of energy-filled gypsy jazz with the all-female Quebec band Christine Tassan et Les Imposteures or celebrate Mother’s Day at the hilarious Suddenly Mommy, starring Anne Marie Scheffler from Second City and The Comedy Network.

Book your date nights. Visit SelectYourTickets.com or call 250-717-5304.

Visit RotaryCentrefortheArts.com for show details, and song and video clips.



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