Crash Test Dummies perform at Peach Fest 2019 (Alix Dawn/Facebook photo).

Penticton Peach Fest headliners moved to 2021

Artists include Glass Tiger, Simply Queen, Jess Moskaluke and Honeymoon Suite

On the day that was schedule to kick off Peach Fest 2020 (Aug. 4) festival organizers announced some good news; all scheduled 2020 headliners have been re-booked for 2021.

The festivals’s top artists that have agreed to play next summer include Glass Tiger, Simply Queen, Jess Moskaluke and Honeymoon Suite.

READ MORE: Canadian country star Jess Moskaluke to headline Penticton Peach Festival’s country night

Next year’s opening night will take place Aug. 4, 2021 when classic rockers Honeymoon Suite hit the Peter Bros. stage.

Aug. 5 will be Tim Hortons country night with Jess Moskaluke.

On Aug. 6, RE/MAX Penticton tribute night will see Simply Queen honour legendary rock band Queen.

Saturday, Aug. 7 will see Canadian rockers Glass Tiger take the stage. Their 1986 debut album, The Thin Red Line, became the fastest selling debut in Canadian history.

Finally, Ben Waters will close out the festival with a performance sponsored by the Lakeside Resort.

The 2020 festival was originally set to take place from Aug. 5 to 9, 2020 before organizers were forced to cancel due to COVID-19.

READ MORE: Penticton Peach Festival cancelled due to COVID-19


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