Sun Peaks, BC (January 30, 2018) – The eclectic sounds of Big Sugar, a mainstay of Canadian Rock, will fill the air at Sun Peaks when they take the stage at the first summer concert of the year. The JUNO nominated band is slated to hit Sun Peaks’ open-air stage on Saturday, June 30, as part of the Canada Day weekend celebration.
Hailing from Toronto, Big Sugar’s extensive catalogue of hits will bring the crowd to their feet as they groove along to signature songs including “Turn the Lights On”, “Diggin a Hole” and “If I Had My Way”.
“We are excited to welcome Big Sugar to Sun Peaks on June 30th as part of our Canada Day weekend-long celebrations,” said Arlene Schieven, President and CEO at Tourism Sun Peaks. “Sun Peaks has a tradition of providing free, outdoor music concerts where guests are able to enjoy our beautiful mountain setting while listening to a wide variety of artists. The high energy style of Big Sugar will be a perfect complement to a weekend of mountain activities.”
Last year, Sun Peaks welcomed an estimated 7,000 attendees to pull up a lawn chair in front of the Main Stage for the free Canada Day concert. For the full Canada Day weekend schedule and upcoming opening act announcements, stay tuned to the events calendar at www.sunpeaksresort.com.
About Sun Peaks
Sun Peaks is a resort community located in the interior of British Columbia. Located just 45 minutes from Kamloops, it is the second largest ski area in Canada and a year-round destination for guests in search of a welcoming, accessible, stress-free mountain experience. Consistently recognized as one of the top ski resorts in North America, thanks to its massive terrain and confidence inspiring design, Sun Peaks offers a European-style ski-in, ski-out, pedestrian village with locally-owned and operated shops, restaurants and lodging. Spring, summer and fall offers guests a wide range of leisure activities, featuring an 18-hole, par 72 Graham Cooke-designed golf course, a lift-accessed downhill mountain bike park, cross-country mountain biking, alpine hiking trails, and a year-round line up of concerts, events and festivals. Sun Peaks has been recognized for its environmental policies and practices, as the first resort in North America and the only resort in Canada to earn the ISO 14001 designation for environmental management. Sun Peaks can be accessed from airport gateways in Kamloops (45 minutes) and Kelowna (2.5 hours), and by car, with only a four-hour drive separating Sun Peaks from Vancouver, B.C.
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