South Okanagan Events Centre | Penticton, BC
Featuring prospects from the Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, and Winnipeg Jets.
Adults – $26.00*
Children (12 and under) – $15.00*
Game 1 – Friday, September 15 – Winnipeg Jets vs. Edmonton Oilers – 4:00PM
Game 2 – Friday, September 15 – Calgary Flames vs. Vancouver Canucks – 7:30PM
BCHL Exhibition Game – Saturday, September 16 – Penticton Vees vs. Chilliwack Chiefs – 2:00PM
Game 3 – Saturday, September 16 – Calgary Flames vs. Edmonton Oilers – 7:30PM
Young Stars Party on the Plaza – Sunday, September 17 – 11:00AM to 2:00PM
Game 4 – Sunday, September 17 – Vancouver Canucks vs. Winnipeg Jets – 2:00PM
Game 5 – Monday, September 18 – Winnipeg Jets vs. Calgary Flames – 10:00AM **NEW TIME**
Game 6 – Monday, September 18 – Vancouver Canucks vs. Edmonton Oilers – 1:30PM **NEW TIME**
*Additional fees apply online.
PARTY ON THE PLAZA
Sunday, September 17 | 11:00AM to 2:00PM
The Young Stars Classic Party on the Plaza, located in front of the SOEC, returns this September 17th from 11 AM – 2 PM, presented by Ha Ha Ha Kidzfest. Come meet Vancouver Canucks’ mascot FIN, enjoy games, bouncy castles, crafting stations, and so much more- all FREE to attend! In addition, BBQ goodies will be available by donation, and sweet treats available for an additional cost.
TRAVEL UPDATES AND INFORMATION
Highway 97 is now open to single lane alternating traffic between Penticton and Peachland due to a landslide between Callan Rd and Okanagan Lake Provincial Park (2km north of Summerland). Drivers can expect delays of up to 30 minutes during peak travel times. The road may need to be closed again with limited notice if deemed unsafe, according to the Ministry of Transportation. Heavy rainfall may increase the likelihood of closure. Drivers are asked to use caution, obey speed limits and follow directions of traffic-control personnel. Alternate routes are available via Highways 97C, 5A, and 3 or Highway 33. If you are in Kelowna and travelling to Penticton, the best suggested route is Highway 33 down to Rock Creek and up through Osoyoos. For those that are comfortable driving on Forest Service Roads and have the appropriate vehicle/tires to do so, there are alternative options that do come with additional weight and speed restrictions. For more information visit visitpenticton.com/know-before-you-go/.