Live in the vineyard sessions

Join us Friday and Sunday nights for woodfire pizza, wine and live music at Blind Tiger Vineyards!

Tickets are $10 per person and available online for purchase. Tickets cover entertainment only (food and beverages sold separately).

Please remember to purchase your ticket online.


Friday Night Lineup (6:30pm-8:30pm):

June 7: Joshua Smith & Bex - SOLD OUT

June 14: Lowell Friesen - SOLD OUT

June 21: Sally Wallick - SOLD OUT

June 28: Melissa Livingstone - SOLD OUT

July 5: Derek James - SOLD OUT

July 12: Lowell Friesen - SOLD OUT

July 19: Jevon & Greg - SOLD OUT

July 26: Joshua Smith & Bex

August 2: Bruce Spencer

August 9: Melissa Livingstone

August 16: Lowell Friesen

August 23: Joshua Smith & Bex

Sunday Night Lineup (6:00pm-8:00pm):

July 7: Bruce Spencer

July 14: Colin Calnan

July 21: Michael Huber

August 11: Winnie Brave (Americana Duo)

August 18: Colin Calnan


A creative and unique Okanagan experience.

Paint & Yogabarre in the vineyard

Paint and YogaBarre nights will be offered at the winery every Wednesday night throughout July and August, starting at 6:30pm and alternating bi-weekly.


Paint night

Let your creative side take charge with a fun, carefree, wine filled paint night in the vineyard!

Tickets are $65 per person. This covers painting, a glass of wine, and a pizza buffet dinner by Marno's Pizza. Kim Smith will be hosting all of our paint nights for the 2019 season.

Here are the dates available:
July 10th, July 24th, August 7th & August 21st


yogabarre night

Join us for a relaxing YogaBarre fusion session in the vineyard. Enjoy a beautiful sunset, while taking in the breathtaking views that surround you!

Tickets are $40 per person. This covers an invigorating mat YogaBarre class, a glass of wine, and appetizers prepared by Marno's Pizza. Barresoul will be hosting all of our yoga nights for the 2019 season.

"Enjoy your YogaBarre practice in the golden light of an Okanagan summer evening. We will integrate intentional subtle movements to restore the body back to balance, strength and flexibility as we connect with nature and each other. Our class will not only incorporate subtle barre movements, but also gentle restorative yoga sequences and close with a mindfulness meditation to restore, connect and empower.”

- Barresoul, Kelowna

Here are the dates available:
July 17th, July 31st, August 14th & August 28th



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More details about Blind Tiger events will be available when purchasing your tickets.


Additional Events


Sound of the forge

2019 Blacksmithing Competition

Saturday, July 27th - 10am-6pm

Sunday, July 28th - 10am-4pm

Spend the weekend watching amazing craftsmanship, enjoy some Blind Tiger organic wine and finish off with authentic woodfire pizza from Marno’s Pizzeria.




Carr’s Landing Art Tour

July 27,28 and Aug 3rd, 4th Carr’s Landing Road, Lake Country, BC

Artist Information

LAINE LOWE Inner Joy Art Studio 12959 PIXTON ROAD

Laine works with light, reflection, and texture to explore using different mediums. Her pieces range from realistic to abstract. For Laine creating art brings inner joy. Laine Lowe’s work can be found in collections across Canada. She also offers art workshops in her brand-new studio.


Dale is as unique as the healing crystals she uses to create one of a kind jewelry pieces. She combines wire, vibrant colored stones and crystals in to beautiful, one of kind wearable art, that bring energy and healing vibrations to the owners. If you want more “Zen” in your life stop by and meet Dale.


Ginny has a free unencumbered approach to art. Her flowers and landscapes leave you with a joyful feeling. She uses an impressionistic style to capture the Okanagan landscape from her lakeside property. Ginny loves to paint with her family around; especially her grandchildren.


Chris Malmkvist is a fine art painter and sculptor working in the traditions of realism/photo-realism. Malmkvist's works appear in numerous private collections, as well as publicly, such as the large-scale stone sculpture in Coral Beach Park. Whether working in paint, or stone, Malmkvist creates works which combine and optical precision with the sensuous experience of material surfaces.


John work captures the beauty of the Okanagan. Living in a rural landscape farming and painting for the last 44 years John’s forte is large landscapes. John’s work is well known in the Okanagan and beyond. Many adults will recognize John’s name as their high school art teacher.


Doug Alcock has been creating found, forged and fabricated metal sculpture at the same location on Commonage for four decades. His assemblages are of “found” objects, gathered at random for their shape color, texture, or medium. “Forged” metal is shaped using a heat source to alter the form. “Fabricated” is cutting, welding and assembling the various elements. His work can be found in collections worldwide including seven sculptures in the Okanagan Valley.