Daily bite: Mission Hill announces summer concert series

Mission Hill's iconic Amphitheatre concerts have become a summer hallmark in the Okanagan Valley

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Mission Hill Winery has long been known as one of the must-see locations in the Okanagan’s majestic wine country. Anyone even remotely familiar with Canada's wine scene knows that the estate offers award-winning wines, world-class cuisine, and a scenery of the Okanagan Lake that is second-to-none, but what you may not know is that Mission Hill also houses one of Canada’s premiere outdoor concert settings. Situated on a prominent hill rising above the Okanagan Valley, the outdoor Amphitheatre provides tantalizing visuals and unforgettable acoustics that you simply can’t find most anywhere else.

Earlier this week, the Okanagan landmark, which has previously hosted the likes of Tony Bennett, Michael Bolton, Melissa Etheridge, announced that they will be back for another season of incredible performances this summer, featuring internationally renowned RAIN: A Tribute to The Beatles, Michael McDonald, and David Foster. Combine that with some of the best food and wine in the region and you’ve got the perfect ingredients for an extraordinary experience.  


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“Mission Hill’s outdoor amphitheatre offers a concert experience unlike any other in the Okanagan,” says Darryl Brooker, president of Mission Hill Family Estate. “Its intimate hilltop location, backdropped with sweeping vineyard views, offers an unparalleled experience – especially when paired with world-class cuisine and Mission Hill’s award-winning wines. We’re thrilled to welcome another season of incredible performers to the winery this summer.”

Mission Hill is also offering a range of Experiential Concert packages, including several four-course dinner options and concert and reception experiences. Members of Mission Hill’s Privilege Wine Club will have advance access to tickets for all performances starting March 11, while the remaining tickets will open to the public March 14. They expect the events to sell out quickly so make sure to mark the date on your calendar and get tickets while you still can.