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Summer Street Social!

The Summer Street Social happens this Saturday evening from 4-10:30pm downtown in Kerry Park.

Summer Street Social is an enhanced Parks Alive! event. It's totally free and on top of Parks Alive's! regular onstage entertainment; it will feature many family activities.

Those activities include bouncy castle, climbing wall, circus yogo (presented by, park and play (presented by City of the Kelowna), limbo dancing (by ISCO) and many other interactive activities to get you and your kids moving. 

Many of Festivals Kelowna's buskers will also be in the area balancing rocks, juggling, and various other fun displays of creativity.

Band Schedule:

4:30pm Moni Funk and the Groove Machine (Funk/ Dance)

6:00pm Sista B and the Boyz


8:30pm Mazacote (Salsa band from Vancouver)

Prior to Mazacote hitting the stage Latinesque will be teaching the crowd how to Salsa.

I had a chance to connect with Renata Mills from Festivals Kelowna to talk about the event and how it came together:

Here is a promotional video created by Mazacote:

Author’s disclosure: I am currently the Program Coordinator for Festivals Kelowna and have been working on creating this event for the past few weeks.

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About the Author

Ryan Donn, singer/songwriter who started his career around the same time that cassette tapes were losing out to CD sales. He produces events such as Global Music Fest,, and Music in the Park (West Kelowna). You can also find him in local schools teaching songwriting or sharing the stage with many of our emerging local artists. He is a passionate supporter of all things creative and his column focuses on the creative community and events throughout the Okanagan.

The postings on this site are my own and do not represent the views or opinions any of my employers (Festivals Kelowna and Creative Okanagan).


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