Thanks to Wet Ape Productions, Keloha Music and Arts Festival and Monster Energy Center of Gravity are providing music fans in Western Canada with exclusive performances by some of the world’s top music acts across a spectrum of genres.

Keloha is a music and arts festival that prides itself on being “a waterfront escape into music and art.” The two-day event (July 11 to 13) will take place in Kelowna’s Waterfront Park on Okanagan Lake, and will draw over 15,000 people throughout the weekend.

With two stages, arts exhibitions and installations, beverage gardens, and an exhibitors’ village, Keloha’s musical line-up will include over 30 bands and an eclectic mix of indie, rock, and alternative music. In addition, an After Party Series in seven downtown Kelowna venues will keep things buzzing every night.

Along with headlining artists The Naked and Famous, Local Natives, KONGOS, and The Mowgli’s are two highly anticipated appearances by Canada’s newest rock success story, Monster Truck (July 11), and synth pop singer-songwriter/model Sky Ferreira (July 12, her only North American date this summer).

Hot on the heels of the Keloha Music & Arts Festival, Monster Energy Center of Gravity brings top EDM (Electronic Dance Music), hip hop, indie rock, and pop performers together with some of the greatest extreme athletes across seven sports for three days to create Canada’s Hottest Beach Festival.

Calvin Harris

In addition to sets by Juno Award-winning duo Tegan & Sara and indie-pop sensation Capital Cities, this year’s lineup includes three headliners performing their only Western Canadian dates:

Internationally-renowned Scottish DJ, singer, and songwriter Calvin Harris (July 25) is nothing short of an EDM god. Calvin Harris is also a sought-after producer and has worked with Rihanna, Kylie Minogue, and Mary J. Blige.

Grammy-nominated hip-hop star and producer J. Cole (July 26) makes his only Western Canadian stop this summer at Monster Energy Center of Gravity (other Canadian date: Montreal’s Osheaga Festival).

Genre-bending Montreal-based electro-funk duo Chromeo (July 27) will perform one Western Canadian show only this summer, at Monster Energy Center of Gravity (other Canadian date: Montreal’s Osheaga Festival).

For full lineup, schedule, ticketing and accommodation information, visit both Keloha Music and Arts Festival and Center of Gravity online.

Keloha Music & Arts Festival

Dates: July 11 to 13
Venue: Waterfront Park on Okanagan Lake, Kelowna
Tickets: Single day, 3-day, and kids passes available in advance online

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