Oct. 24 — After taking home four awards from the 2015 Maple Blues Awards, one-man band Steve Hill will be sharing his music at the Dream Café. Tickets cost $26 and can be purchased by calling 250-490-9012.
Oct. 29 — Locarno will be at the Dream Café to share their blend of Mexican folk, Cuban son and latin Soul for $30. To reserve tickets call 250-490-9012.
Oct. 31 — Harmonica and guitar duo Dave Sinclair and Keith Bennett will be playing a mix of blues, gypsy jazz and pop at the Dream Café. Tickets are $22 and can be ordered by calling 250-409-9012.
Nov. 3 — Valdy & Gary Fjellgaard in concert at the Barking Parrot Lounge. Show starts at 7:30 p.m., tickets available at The Dragon’s Den, 250-492-3011.
Nov. 7 — An evening of music with Gail Riddall and Kyle Anderson, 7:30 p.m. at Opus Cafe and Bistro in the Cannery Trade Centre 1475 Fairview Rd. Penticton. A mixture of originals and favourites with Kyle’s Tribute to James Taylor. All Seats: $15. Tickets available in advance at Opus Cafe & Bistro. Phone: 778-476-5856 All Seats: $15.
Nov. 13 — Western Canadian blues and roots music artist Ken Hamm has an international reputation, and he’ll be performing at the Dream Café for $18. Tickets can be reserved by calling 250-490-9012.
Nov. 17-18 — Folk trio the Good Lovelies will be performing at the Dream Café. Tickets cost $30 and can be ordered by calling 250-490-9012.
Oct. 24 — With an array of creative elements, art can be produced through any medium during Muse sessions at Art House Penticton. The evening runs from 6:30 p.m. until 10. It costs $15 to attend, and spots must be reserved through arthousepenticton.com. There will be a cash bar and music by DJ Tenacious T.
Oct. 30 — Rocky Horror Picture Show party at the Penticton Legion with music by the El Surf Cats, where attendees are asked to imitate a character from the movie. The party goes from 8 p.m. until midnight. Tickets cost $15 and can be purchased through the Legion or High Caliber Pawnbrokers.
Nov. 5 — Every Thursday during the month of November, the Naramata Branch of the Okanagan Regional Library will be taking audiences back in time. Over fireside chats, historians will walk attendees through the experiences of olden-day concert-goers. There’s no cost to attend. Registration however is required by calling 250-496-5679.