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Note – there is no music at Deep Bay Park on Friday, Aug 25. Music by the Deepwater Blues Band featuring Randy Oxford will be available at the annual BBQ & Blues at the Beach (Veranda Beach, $22.95 with dinner – reservations required) and the VooDoo Church Jam at The Hideaway Grill on Main St, Oroville (no cover) starts at 9:30pm.

A shuttle bus and water taxi will provide transportation between Veranda Beach and the in-town events.

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4th Annual Rally at The Border Blues Fest!!

The musical line-up will include Lloyd Jones, Randy Oxford, Junk Belly, Voodoo Church, Laffin Bones and Anita Royce & the High Rollers playing on Saturday August 26th starting at 1:00pm.

Music on Saturday will be played on stage at the shores of Lake Osoyoos in Oroville’s Deep Bay Park. Set in the midst of mountain views, vineyards, and orchards this international lake is located in both British Columbia and Washington State.

Both Friday and Saturday nights will end with a unique feature of the Rally at the Border Blues Fest, an all-star jam session of the events’ performers in a mix of talent playing together. These will be led by Voodoo Church at The Hideaway Grill Friday night starting at 9:30pm and the All-Star Jam is Saturday night at the Pastime Bar and Grill, both on Oroville. Shuttle service will be provided between Deep Bay Park and certain locations on Main Street.

Travelers of all persuasions are welcome. The Northern Okanogan offers some of Washington’s State’s most memorable motorcycle rides, mountain biking, hiking and birding. Our winding back roads follow scenic rivers, lakes, meadows and streams, from 900 feet on the valley floor to elevations of 3,500 feet. And on both sides of the border, you’ll be in wine country. It may be a long way to travel, so make the best of it by taking in all there is to see.