No Magic! show for Kelowna

Waterfront Park will not be closed Friday, Magic! concert cancelled ‘due to unforeseen circumstances’

The Magic! concert scheduled for Friday has been cancelled due to ‘unforeseen circumstance.’ (Magic!)

The Magic! show scheduled for this Friday at Waterfront Park’s Island Stage has been cancelled.

Brandon Cochran of Rock District said the cancellation of the reggae-pop band known for their songs Rude and Kiss Me was cancelled “due to unforseen circumstances.”

READ MORE: Magic! will happen in Kelowna on Summer Solstice

Out-of-town ticketholders will receive refunds from the point of purchase and tickets purchased by locals will be honoured at any future Rock District Island Stage concerts of equal or greater value starting in 2020.

“We do express our deepest apologies for the inconveniences that this has caused,” Cochran said.

On the brightside, for those who wanted to enjoy the park this Friday, they will not experience any interruptions.

Waterfront Park will be open to the public on Friday, June 21.

READ MORE: Downtown Kelowna parkade closed for weekend

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