Band will perform in January

Children’s Showcase is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing professional quality live entertainment to the South Okanagan.

Children’s Showcase is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing professional quality live entertainment to the South Okanagan four times a year.

To mark the 30th anniversary of the organization and to celebrate the occasion they will mount a one-hour extravaganza of local talent Jan. 12 at 2 p.m. in the Cleland Theatre, Penticton Community Centre.

Children’s Showcase is reportedly the longest-running children’s entertainment series in the province.­­­

The hosts and musical headliners for the show are the newly-formed group, The Super Cooligans under the leadership of Bobby Bovenzi, known to the community as the rhythm specialist, the “African drum guy.” He is joined by lead singer and songwriter Yanti Sharples-Rowland, Thomas Tumbach (violin and trumpet), Milan Starcic (rhythm guitar), Chris Ward (bass guitar) and Thomas Hunter (drum kit) complete this ensemble.

Tickets are available at the door on the day of the show. Advance purchase tickets are only available in the form of a series ticket.

Series tickets can be purchased at Tumbleweed Gallery, Penticton and The Beanery Coffee Company, Summerland.


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