Multi-award-winning Canadian guitarist Jesse Cook has postponed tour dates in Vernon, Kelowna and Cranbrook slated for February/March due to provincial health orders, and rescheduled the stops for September. (Matt Barnes photo)

Multi-award-winning Canadian guitarist Jesse Cook has postponed tour dates in Vernon, Kelowna and Cranbrook slated for February/March due to provincial health orders, and rescheduled the stops for September. (Matt Barnes photo)

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Tour dates in Cranbrook, Kelowna and Vernon for award-winning guitarist moved to September

Due to the recent PHO again extending capacity restrictions in BC for live venues, and the intensive spread of the Omicron virus, the Jesse Cook Tempest 11 tour slated for February/early March has been postponed to this fall in BC.

In Kelowna, the new date will be Sept. 24 at Kelowna Community Theatre, and in Vernon, at the Performing Arts Centre, on Sept. 25. The new date in Cranbrook will be Sept. 23 at the Key City Theatre.

Patrons are advised to keep your current tickets as all will be honoured as is for the new dates. If however, you cannot make the new date you will be granted a full refund commencing today, Feb. 7, and ending on March 3. You will be contacted by the box office in your area. Any tickets turned in will then be made available to other members of the general public.

“Regretfully, the current situation is beyond control, and until we finally get past this pandemic and much of the uncertainty surrounding it has diminished, the option of moving the tour to a later date for all of our valued patrons was considered the best option available at this time, to give all ticket holders sufficient advance notice,” said Cook’s promoter.

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