The well established Cultural District in the city's North End is where you'll find the Kelowna Art Gallery, the Rotary Center for the Arts, the Kelowna Library, Prospera Place, Kelowna Community Theatre, Kelowna Actor’s Studio, Waterfront Park, and the Delta Grand Okanagan Lakefront Resort.
Cafes, bars, and art galleries nearby enhance the ambience. Many world class entertainers have played Prospera Place since the 6000 seat venue opened in 1999; including Rod Stewart, Elton John, Matchbox 20, Nickleback, Shania Twain, and Bryan Adams, just to name a few!
If live theatre, ballet and folk shows interest you you’ll find no shortage of them in Kelowna. There’s no excuse to be bored in this town!