Lights, Music, Action: We're raising money to rebuild Summerland's Iconic Pier

Join us on May 11, 2024 for an evening of food, wine, music, dancing and more and help us raise money for our beloved Summerland Pier.

Be part of this legacy event.

Hosted by the District of Summerland, the Rotary Club of Summerland, and the Summerland Kinsmen, this event can’t be missed!

This is your exclusive invitation to indulge in an evening filled with gourmet cuisine by Darin Paterson, an exhilarating live band and silent auction that will leave you in high spirits. Join us and become a part of Summerland’s legacy, by helping us restore our Pier for generations to enjoy. 

Every ticket you purchase plays a vital role in shaping the future of the Summerland waterfront.

  • What: Party for the Pier – a fantastic night of food, beverages, live band, 13 Broken Bones and a silent auction.
  • When: May 11, 2024 at 5:30 PM
  • Where: Summerland Arena Banquet Room, 8820 Jubilee Rd E
  • Tickets: $100/person. Each table has 8 seats.
  • You also get: (1) drink ticket and a $50 tax receipt

Buy your “Party for the Pier” tickets today before they sell out!

JOIN US FOR a memorable and impactful evening.

Be a part of the change – one ticket, BIG difference!


Get ready to dance the night away with 13 Broken Bones.

13 Broken Bones” is a dynamic and energetic rock cover band based in Penticton, known for their electrifying performances and diverse setlist. They specialize in covering a wide range of rock genres, from classic rock anthems to modern alternative hits, ensuring a captivating experience for audiences of all ages

Pier Into Our Future

Help Make Our New Pier the Pride of Summerland!

The District of Summerland has confirmed funding to build a new “basic” pier and has partnered with the Summerland Rotary Club to help engage the community to raise funds for additional enhancements to the basic design. The Summerland pier has been an integral part of Summerland throughout our history. Together we can enhance the basic design and make the new pier the pride of Summerland – a legacy for Summerlanders to enjoy for generations to come.

Photo by and courtesy of Laura Russell Widdis