The Rotary Performing Arts Centre in Okotoks (RPAC) will be hosting a couple of concerts in the next couple of weeks that may pique people's interest.

On April 5, the Alberta-based Country band The Carolines will take to the stage.

The six-piece band will serenade the crowd with their harmonies, clever arrangements, and their country tunes.

They give their songs an old-school country feel and cover country bands that came before them, such as Patsy Cline, Buck Owens, the Dixie Chicks, and more.

Then on April 18, Suzie Vinnick will grace the stage at RPAC. 

Vinnick is a 3-time Juno Nominee, a Canadian Folk Music Award winner, and an 11-time winner of the Maple Blues Award for female vocalist, songwriting, acoustic act, and more.

On top of touring nationally with the Downchild Blues Band, Stuart McLean's The Vinyl Café, the Jon McDermott Band, she has also performed for the Canadian Peacekeepers in Bosnia and the Persian Gulf, and was the voice of Tim Horton's for five years.

Doors for both concerts open at 7 p.m., with the concerts beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets cost $30 ahead of time, and $40 at the door.