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Fri. May 25th 2018
Live Music at The River Rock Teri Wood
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Fri. May 18th 2018
Live Music at The River Rock Fanfare
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Fri. May 11th 2018
Live Music at The River Rock Mary Egam (All Ages)
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Fri. May 4th 2018
Live Music at The River Rock Don Wilke
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Fri. April 27th 2018
Live Music at The River Rock TBA
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Fri. April 20th 2018
Live Music at The River Rock Daniel Challis
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River Rock Bar + Grill

River Rock Bar + Grill

Confirmed: Mar. 24, 2018
140 Trans Canada Highway Duncan BC map
V9L 3P7
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Cousin to The Old Fork and a piece of history, the River Rock Bar+ Grill is located in the former home of Henry Ashdown Green built over 120 years ago. Now a bright and modern pub the River Rock is a local gathering place to enjoy delicious food and ice cold drinks.

Friday nights are reserved for Live Music, duets and small sets to keep you entertained. Bring your dancing shoes, Saturday night we have an interactive game of Ultimate Music Trivia and on the last Saturday of every month we feature a local band that will have you on your feet! Check out the events page for our band line-up. Bring in your guitar on Wednesday nights for Open Mic and jam with a great group of musicians for your turn on stage.

Wednesday evenings – Open Mic

Friday Evenings – Live Music: duets & small sets

Saturday Evenings – Ultimate Music Trivia and Live Music: local bands and an open dance floor

With 7 flat screen TV’s, Keno, pool table and a digital juke box the River Rock will keep you entertained while enjoying your beverage of choice.

Venue Specs

Venue FormatRestaurant / Cafe / Pub



Listed Under:
Venues >> Music Venue

Listing last confirmed: Mar. 24, 2018

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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division