Two days of peace and music with Pynestock

PyneStock returns for its seventh year with some old favourites and new delights inside the historic walls of Pynelogs.

PyneStock returns for its seventh year with some old favourites and new delights inside the historic walls of Pynelogs.

PyneStock showcases our performing community.

Our generous sponsors at Gerry’s Gelati and Peppi’s Pizza help make this event possible once more.

This concert is a tradition that has quickly become a favourite for both locals and visitors due to its intimate setting and diverse lineup.

Those who take pleasure in live music and unique talents are bound to enjoy this distinctive event.

This year’s lineup features familiar faces, unheard talent and a demographic that exudes youth and experience.

This lively bunch was born to play, with music that includes jazz, rock, classical, harmonic and alternative.

Due to the success of the sold out venues each year, Pynestock has finally expanded its concert to run two shows: Wednesday, July 20 and Thursday, July 21.

Tickets are $12 and are available at the Book Bar in Invermere and Pynelogs Cultural Centre.

Both shows start at 8 p.m. For more information, call Pynelogs at 250-342-4423.

Pynestock performers include…

Steve Oshantesy

Unplugged

Infinity Solstice

Jade Bowen

Elijah Beingessner

Emily Molloy

Box Set

Ray Vowels

Oso Simple and students

Jami Scheffer

Pynelogs Cultural Centre

 

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