Kelowna, B.C. (July 12, 2014) – Synth-pop artist Sky Ferreira has cancelled her July 12 performance at the Keloha Music & Arts Festival due to illness. Ferreira was originally scheduled to be perform on the Island (Main) stage from 7:50pm – 8:35pm this evening.
The rest of the Saturday Island (Main) Stage lineup will remain the same, including anticipated artists Cayucas, Hey Ocean!, Terraplane Sun and headliner Local Natives.
Saturday, July 12 – Island (Main) Stage Schedule:
1:40pm - 2:10PM CITY WALLS
2:30PM - 3:10PM STAR CAPTAINS
3:30PM - 4:15PM BESTIE
4:35PM - 5:20PM JON AND ROY
5:40PM - 6:25PM HEY OCEAN!
6:45PM - 7:3OPM CAYUCAS
7:50PM - 8:35PM TERRAPLANE SUN
9:0PM - 10:00PM LOCAL NATIVES
Still to perform this weekend: The Naked & Famous, St. Lucia, The Mowgli’s, Blondfire, The Funk Hunters, ASTR, The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer, and many more. Tickets are still available for Saturday and Sunday access via the front gate or online at www.keloha.com.
Full Saturday, July 12 schedule: www.keloha.com/lineup/schedule
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Keloha Music and Arts Festival:
Keloha is a music and arts festival that prides itself on being “a waterfront escape into music and art.” It takes place in Kelowna’s Waterfront Park, on Okanagan Lake, and draws over 15,000 people throughout the weekend. The 2014 festival will take place on July 11 – 13 and includes 2 stages, arts exhibitions and installations, beverage gardens, and an exhibitors’ village. The line-up features over 30 bands with an eclectic mix of indie, rock and alternative music. Visit www.keloha.com for more information.
About Wet Ape Productions:
Wet Ape was established in 2007 for the purpose of creating and developing unique sport, music, and cultural events across Western Canada. Wet Ape’s vision is to create people’s favorite moments and their mission is to enrich people’s lives by creating innovative experiences that are exceptionally executed. Wet Ape is best know for creating and producing large outdoor festivals including Canada's hottest beach festival, Center of Gravity; as well as the Keloha Music and Arts Festival. Wet Ape is a part owner of a mid-sized special events venue in Vancouver, The Imperial and has created and produced a wide variety of concerts and events in Kelowna, Vancouver, and Victoria. Wet Ape has also produced large-scale arena shows with some of the biggest names in electronic dance music, including Deadmau5, Calvin Harris, Hardwell, and Tiesto. For more information, visit: www.wetape.com