Join Major Mambo for great Salsa music at the Roving Audience Experiience, Kelowna

Come out and join Major Mambo at Roving Audience Experience

Location: Downtown Kelowna
421 Cawston Avenue Kelowna, BC

Saturday, September 25
Major Mambo performs 7-10pm at RAE
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Explore Kelowna’s Cultural District and experience performance art along the way! This is a self guided, outdoor experience – make your way around the Cultural District map to see all six performances throughout the evening or pick and choose the ones you’re most curious about. Pick up your program, which includes a map, at the Rotary Centre for the Arts or Tourism Kelowna the day of the event.

Enjoy food from Tak Oh food truck. This is an outdoor event. Social distancing and mask wearing at each checkpoint is strongly encouraged. Bathrooms are located at Tourism Kelowna and the Rotary Centre for the Arts. Please note: seating is limited at most locations. This event is in partnership between Tourism Kelowna and the Rotary Centre for the Arts. It is sponsored by Downtown Kelowna. Additional support from Festivals Kelowna and Peak Technologies.

MAJOR MAMBO is the Okanagan Valley’s premier Latin ensemble. They play ideal dance music for your Caribbean theme night. Salsa, Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, Bolero, Bossa Nova, Samba, Latin Jazz. Hot sounds from Havana, Puerto Rico, Mexico, New York and Brazil. They have performed throughout the Okanagan Valley at the finest hotels, wineries, golf clubs, restaurants, festivals, parties and concert venues. Band personnel includes Maggie Ponzo Cotton (vocals/Latin percussion), Tricia Dalgleish (piano/vocals), Bob Rogers (trombone) Stephen Buck (bass) and Trevor Salloum (Latin percussion/vocals).

More Info Here

  • Venue:
  • Downtown Kelowna

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  • 421 Cawston Avenue
  • Kelowna BC

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