What’s up, Osoyoos — spectacular family entertainment that’s also affordable and available locally just not your thing?
We have to ask with the Arts Council’s Osoyoos Concert Series A Children’s Festival just around the corner and so many tickets still unsold.
So, let’s break it down for you once more.
Tickets are $2 for children — just a toonie — and $5 for adults. An entire family of four can have a great Sunday afternoon for $14.
You couldn’t buy two Big Mac meals for that amount.
The line-up is top-notch.
A Children’s Festival is promising an adventure of music, movement and make-believe, delivering seasoned Vancouver-area performers Bobs & Lolo and Nanaimo’s Purple Pirate to the OSS Community stage June 10.
Bobs & Lolo are a five-time JUNO-nominated musical team and the creators and stars of the upbeat musical preschool series Sing, Dance and Play with Bobs & Lolo.
The duo was recently named Canada’s Favourite Kids’ Entertainer in a nationwide CBC Music poll.
If Bobs & Lolo aren’t enough to get you off the couch this Sunday, let us introduce you to Nanaimo’s Dustin Anderson.
He has his own way of pilfering hearts, taking to the stage as the Purple Pirate aboard his magic pirate ship. His innovative show is replete with dance, movement and even cannon fire.
Reminder enough, right?
Two great performers — and much more.
Right here at home — no travel, no whining, no “are we there yets.”
Tickets for the show are available online at festival.osoyoostoday.ca and can also be purchased at the Osoyoos Times office on Main Street.