Producers of Kelowna’s annual Living Things International Arts Festival

Inner Fish Theatre Society

curated live theatre, dance and public art

TrailArt

Presented by Inner Fish and the BikeRideCollective

Event Details

All Ages, All Groups. Anyone in Kelowna who can ride, scoot, wheel, or walk, is welcome!

Saturday, October 15

3:00 5:00 pm @ the Okanagan Rail Trail (Brent’s Grist Mill, 2136 Leckie Place)

5:00 pm Midnight @ the Centre Culturel Francophone de l’Okanagan

Tickets $15 – $25 at the Trail or in advance at Eventbrite.

What is TrailArt?

TrailArt is an experimental performance designed specifically for the Okanagan Rail Trail. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before!

Bring your bicycles and your binoculars, and get your tickets early!

Each ticket gets you 1 entry into a raffle for Cannabission products, a Living Things Festival Pass, and Urban Harvest credit.

Meanwhile, in another part of the forest...

In our first performance, alpine horns sound as we look through binoculars to the edge of the hilltop and see performers emerge – what is it that they are spelling? What does it mean?

Bridging Communities

For our second performance, we find ourselves at a bridge where we are enchanted by a group of dancers performing a Stepping routine – a unique style of dance made popular by Black fraternity and sorority groups in the 1960s.

Nuit Blanche

Guests will experience the immersive video installation, The Collective Body, created and produced by Inner Fish, and a live performance of Looks Like Sounds before the night morphs into a dance party.

The BikeRideCollective is:

  • Neil Cadger
  • Will Cullen
  • Manny de Jesus
  • Jessie Rivest
  • Andrew Stauffer

This event is produced by Inner Fish Theatre Society and supported by:

  • City of Kelowna
  • UBCO’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies
  • Summerhill Pyramid Winery
  • Cannabission
  • Urban Harvest
  • Rotary Centre for the Arts
  • Capri Insurance
  • Abaco Health
  • Atley Photography
  • Pranify Yoga

Community Builders

Thank you to our funders, sponsors and partners for supporting this project.