It’s another calendar chocked full of music to see, hear — and do — this weekend.
And be it classical, country or folk and pop, the South Okanagan has you covered.
The music starts this evening at the Frank Venables Theatre in Oliver where the Cheng² Duo take the stage for an evening of exquisite sound.
Named by CBC Music as one of 2015’s “30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30,” the sibling duo is formed by cellist Bryan and pianist Silvie.
The lights go down at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 at the door.
Saturday evening, you’ve got a choice to make.
Do you opt for the rugged sound of Allan Halliday as he performs the best of classic and contemporary country at the Osoyoos Legion? Or do you instead settle in at the cozier Jojo’s Cafe for Kristi Neumann, a newcomer to Canada who is playing her first concert in the Okanagan?
Decisions. Decisions. Allan will set you back $15 for his 7 p.m. show; Kristi is $10, also with a 7 p.m. start.
If karaoke is more your thing, you might want to stop by A New Leaf Cafe Saturday afternoon for Karaoke with Mo. The popular Main Street opens its mic from 2 to 5 p.m.
Up the street Sunday afternoon, more karaoke — and even a little dancing — can be found at the Golden Chopsticks Restaurant. You can sing with your supper between 3 and 5 p.m., with dancing to follow from 5 to 8.
There’s no cover charge for either event.