Tickets going fast for Vernon Winter Carnival Snowglobe Concert with the Reklaws

Concert a real Barn Burner

Get ready for a real 'Barn Burner' at Kal Tire Place on Friday.

The sibling duo of Jenna and Stuart Walker, who make up the Reklaws, will headline Vernon Winter Carnival's Snowglobe Concert.

Ashley Cooke, Michael Daniels, and DJ Lunchbox are the supporting acts.

Doors open at 7 p.m., and the show begins at approximately 8 p.m.

Peter Kaz, with winter carnival, says the arena concert is an "unbelievable deal, no matter what genre of music you prefer."

In the days of $100 and $200-plus shows, tickets are are just $60 for the floor and $48 in the stands – which includes all taxes and fees.

The concert is the largest Vernon has seen in years.

The Reklaws can claim the fastest-ever Canadian country song to go gold in the streaming era, six 2021 CCMA Awards nominations, and two 2022 Juno Awards nominations.

The concert is for ages eight years and older, however access to the VIP area is 19+ only.

"It's a family friendly and family affordable event," says Kaz.

"We just want people out there who say there is never anything to do or there are never concerts in town to support this. Whether you are a country party rocker or not, if you support this, there's going to be others coming through, there's going to be other genres coming through."

Parking at Kal Tire Place will be limited as the carnival fun park and fireworks are also going on, so public transit, ride sharing, walking or taxis are encouraged.

There will be a free shuttle service offered from 6 p.m. to midnight, starting at the food court entrance to Village Green Centre and the main entrance at the round-bout at the Vernon Rec Centre.

The shuttle service can be accessed by concert goers or anyone looking to attend carnival events that evening, such the Family Fun Park or the Coca-Cola Classic PeeWee Hockey Tournament, which is being held at Kal Tire Place North.

Tickets can be purchased through TicketSeller.

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