Concert to show cultural heritage

A concert of indigenous cultural heritage will be staged in Penticton at the beginning of May.

A concert of indigenous cultural heritage from North and South America and the South Pacific will be staged in Penticton at the beginning of May.

The 90-minute concert, Living Legends, will be staged by Brigham Young University.

It will be held at the Cleland Community Theatre in Penticton on May 1 beginning at 7:30 p.m.

The 38-member cast and crew are all of Latin American aboriginal or Polynesian heritage. The troupe was formed at Brigham Young University in Utah in 1971.

Tickets are available through the Penticton Community Centre, 250-490-2426.