By Monique Tamminga.

Mega country music stars Rascal Flatts bring back summer for one night only at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

Fans of Rascal Flatts are counting down the hours when they bring their Forever Summer Playlist Tour to Penticton. In the summer, there weren’t even any Canadian stops besides Toronto on the U.S. based band’s tour. But lucky for everyone, Rascal Flatts revealed they will continue their headlining tour into the fall, heading north to Canada. This special run kicked off on Oct. 24 in Medicine Hat, AB and hits Kamloops on Tuesday.

The trio spent the summer on their stacked Playlist tour across the United States where arenas and concert venues quickly sold out.

Now they take the SOEC stage with special guests Aaron Goodvin and Steven Lee Olsen.

Rascal Flatts has been making music, touring hard and making country music history with over 40 awards over their 20 years together.

Rascal Flatts

With expert musicianship, razor-sharp vocals and songs that have shaped lives, loves and the genre of country music itself, Penticton fans can feel pretty lucky that they don’t have to travel to Vancouver to see these superstars live.

Rascal Flatts top 20 single “Back To Life” is charting country radio and follows back-to-back chart-topping singles “Yours If You Want It” as well as “I Like The Sound Of That”. Rascal Flatts recently dropped a four-song EP, JUKEBOX as a surprise for fans, featuring special spins on their most-loved songs. The group has also earned over 40 trophies from the ACA, ACM, AMA, CMA, People’s Choice and more, also making them the most awarded country group of the past decade. Known as one of the hottest-selling touring acts in any genre with over 10 million tickets sold, they show no signs of stopping.

Reviews of the Playlist tour show the boys from Ohio are rejuvenated and as hot as an Okanagan summer night.

Surprisingly there are still a few tickets to be had.


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Monique is passionate about writing and wine. When she isn’t touring Okanagan wineries, you can find her writing, laughing and drinking copious amounts of coffee. She has been a newspaper journalist for nearly 20 years in Vancouver and now proudly calls the Okanagan home.


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