Something is always happening
We, at Grizzli Winery, invite you to experience our warm hospitality through winery-hosted gatherings. Each year, we have our annual reoccurring events, as well as pop up events added throughout the four seasons. Family is our center, and our events are created with family in mind.
January: Icewine Festival
Summer: Art in the Park & Outdoor Live Music Series
September: Labour Day
December: Holiday Market
Golden Hour: Music in the Vineyard Series
Join us at Grizzli Winery for our Golden Hour: Music in the Vineyard Series!
A beautiful evening, a gorgeous West Kelowna mountainside winery setting, and some talented musicians. Unwind, relax and spend a memorable summer evening at Grizzli Winery’s outdoor vineyard pavilion, surrounded by lush vineyards with the majestic Boucherie Mountain filling the skyline.
All 7 concert dates have general admission tickets available. Want to attend all 7 dates? Take advantage of our exclusive all-access passes!
There will be limited all-access passes available at a special early bird price. These passes include entry to all 7 concerts for you and a plus 1. All-access passes come with reserved seating for each performance and a glass of wine for you and your guest!
Check out the 2022 summer line up!
May 27 | KINGA
Jazz and pop chanteuse Kinga, was born in Poland and by the age of thirteen had studied classical piano and voice theory, immersing herself in classical and contemporary music. Kinga studied voice and theory at Humber College and served as an instructor for voice, piano, theory, ear training and improvisation to child and adult students. In her final year at Humber College, Kinga received the Duke Ellington Honoree award.
Since then, Kinga has spread her vocal talents throughout Canada including a Grammy nomination for her recently released jazz album, “Forever in My Heart”. Kinga’s accolades include singing the national anthems for numerous NHL, NBA and MLB league games and on internationally-broadcast Hockey night in Canada.
June 10 | Rumour Mill
An indie-folk duo headed by multi-instrumentalists, Anna Katerina and Aline Daigle from Nelson, BC join us to bring a lush topography of violin, harmonies, keys, guitar and mandolin.
Gaining respect on the international stage, their debut EP, Daylights Free, topped charts in US College Radio, earned a nomination for Artist of the Year at the 2019 Kootenay Music Awards, place top 100 in CBC Searchlight and earned the duo a full scholarship to the 2020 International Folk Alliance Conference in New Orleans, LA.
With melancholic melodies, soulful harmonies and lyrics that weave the listener through an exploration of timeless themes, these ladies will sweep you off your feet and leave you wanting more!
June 24 | Major Mambo
Made up of Okanagan locals, Major Mambo performs all the classic hits of Latin America and New York. Current members, Trevor Salloum, Tricia Dalgleish, Maggie Penzo Cotton, Bob Rogers and Stephen Buck give you beats that will make you jump out of your chair and move to the music. For the past several years, the group has performed throughout the Okanagan Valley bringing joy and maybe a little Salsa, Mambo or Cha Cha to their audiences!
With good vibes, latin flair and some of the best musicians in the valley, you don't want to miss this evening!
July 15 | Harshmellows
The Harshmellows are a classic rock band from the beautiful Okanagan in the heart of British Columbia, Canada. Consisting of Don Courtney (vocals), Stuart Wright (guitar), Jaromi Bogaardt (bass) and Trevor Desautels (drums).
The Harshmellows have been together since 2018, and play regularly up and down the valley at pubs, clubs, wineries and private events. They play a wide variety of music from the 60's to the present.
Come out for a night of classics from the good old days all the way to those fan favorites from today!
July 29 | Tanner Dawson
Tanner Dawson is a Canadian Country Music Artist born in raised in small town Chase, BC. Dawson has recently released his debut single “The Man You Make Me” and is working on his debut EP to be released mid-2022. In short, Dawson is the definition of a hard-working, blue collar boy, striving to bring his working class grit to the country music scene.
Dawson’s traditional country vocal mixed with his influence of rock, blues, funk, and 90’s country create a very unique and broad sound that he hopes to showcase in his subsequent releases. Dawson emphasizes these different influences drastically with his live shows, which prove to be very high energy and gives “a little something for everyone”.
August 12 | Two Crows for Comfort
Two Crows for Comfort - made up of Erin Corbin and Cory Sulyma - started off at the occasional open mic here and there and have grown (unintentionally) into something that works! In December 2018 the duo released their debut full-length album, ‘17 feet’.
Keeping up this momentum, the duo played countless festivals and had the privilege of opening for the likes of Pokey Lafarge, Bruce Cockburn and Ani DiFranco.
September 2 | Friends of the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra
Join Grizzli Winery and Friends of the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra for an evening of classical music. Be escorted away by the elegance of string classics from the likes of Bach to The Beatles throughout the evening, and be moved by the beauty of a live string ensemble. With a glass of Grizzli wine in one hand, surrounded by vineyards and views of Mt. Boucherie and Lake Okanagan, this evening is not one to miss!
We have a selection of stunning spaces for gatherings of all sizes, from small intimate family events to large weddings and afternoon retreats. Contact us and let’s see what we can do to make your event memorable.Request Info