(Mission Hill Family Estate)

Jay Leno is coming to Central Okanagan winery for a one-night-only show

Jay Leno is widely characterized as “the hardest working man in show business”

Jay Leno is coming to perform at West Kelowna’s Mission Hill Family Estate winery for one night only.

The revered comedian and talk show host will take the stage at Mission Hill for an evening full of food, wine and laughs on Aug. 25.

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Ticket prices for the event start at $149 to see one of late-night television’s most iconic figures.

Tickets go on sale on Aug. 9 for general admission.

For more information on the show and tickets, go to missionhillwinery.com.


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