Riding the Heat Wave of Keloha!
A must read!! As I have had to immediately hit the road with one of my financial clients post festival weekend – I’ve had no opportunity to write on & reflect over the rad experience that was Keloha.. Serendipitously I had an opportunity to meet one of these ladies – part of the duo that is BettyandKora.com – passionate writers, creatives to the core & full on joy harnessers (some of my favorite qualities!) & it’s my pleasure to share this recap with you now! Read ON ~
Slash , Guns n Roses legend as he is, was recently quoted saying that Monster Truck will “save rock and roll.” Mind blowing, drum slaying and infectiously energetic, Slash was easily justified in this callout. Alongside Monster Truck were countless other artists from around the Pacific Northwest, California, New York City and beyond; they gathered in the Okanagan Valley at Keloha Music and Arts Festival last weekend. Unbeknownst to Slash, Kelowna, BC, has become a remarkable locale for some impressive and diverse talent from around the world. For instance, South African brothers Kongos , with their polished, tightened, and buzzing performance Friday afternoon, caused a major migration to the the Island Stage. Or The Balconies who despite record breaking heat, managed to muster an extreme energy during their set. Sweat was pouring and at points it seemed as though the lake might boil over – mostly due to Jacquie Neville’…
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