Revelstoke weekend social calendar: March 15-17

Your one-stop-shop for evening entertainment this weekend

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The New Groovement. Photo: handout

With a plethora of events popping up on your Facebook newsfeed, sometimes it’s hard to keep track of everything going on in our lively mountain town. Here at the Revelstoke Mountaineer, we’ve done the work of organizing your social calendar, so that you don’t have to! Check out this weekend’s events below. To find out more about events happening during the week too, take a look at our full events calendar.

Friday, March 15

Drop in Curling at the Revelstoke Forum, 7 p.m.

Flickr Creative Commons image by Benson Kua. https://www.flickr.com/photos/bensonkua/

These weekly drop-in sessions are a great opportunity to try out a classic Canadian winter sport, in a friendly and non-competitive environment. This event runs 7–9 p.m. and fills up quickly. Be sure to bring $5 along with you, to cover costs of instruction, grippers, brushes and sliders. It is recommended that you wear loose fitting jeans and clean running shoes on the ice.
After your session, head on up to the club’s bar, to warm up and watch (or laugh at) others play. The club even serves the cheapest beer in town – so, why go anywhere else? Click here for full event details

Revelstoke Grizzlies home game at the Revelstoke Forum, 7 p.m.

Abstrakt Sonance at Traverse, 9 p.m.

Local Salmon Arm DJ, Abstrakt Sonance, has played over fifteen countries and done over 10 tours worldwide. Now he’s in Revelstoke and looking to shake the dance floor with a fun fusion of deep dubstep, drum and bass, house and hip-hop music. This is a night you’re not going to want to miss. Doors open at 9 p.m. and happy hour will be 9-10:30 p.m.
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Saturday, March 16

Metallica Tribute/ Master of Justice at Traverse, 9 p.m.

Tribute Bands have become a musical subculture all their own. Great Tribute Bands deliver more than just the music… they deliver that “Right There, Front Row” experience. Vancouver’s own, Master of Justice, delivers the atmosphere of a full production stadium show. Performing a full catalogue of Metallica Songs with energy and excitement. Master of Justice brings the Theatrical Thrills of Metallica to stages throughout North America. Be sure to grab tickets to this show before it sells out! Doors will open at Traverse at 9 p.m.
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The New Groovement at the River City Pub, 10 p.m.

Photo courtesy of the band.

The New Groovement mixes sweet R&B, sultry soul, a splash of hip-hop and a generous helping of funk. Expect a lively atmosphere, orchestrated by the powerful and attention-commanding vocals of lead-singer, Steph Wisla. With no cover charge, this event will undoubtedly attract a crowd. What’s more, the band will be playing on Sunday night too for those who couldn’t make it, or for those who want a second helping of some sweet sounds!
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Sunday, March 17

The New Groovement at the River City Pub, 10 p.m.

Just in case you missed it, they’re back again! It’s St Patrick’s Day, so chances are, you’re going to want to get your groove on. The New Groovement mixes sweet R&B, sultry soul, a splash of hip-hop and a generous helping of funk. Expect a lively atmosphere, orchestrated by the powerful and attention-commanding vocals of lead-singer, Steph Wisla. With no cover charge, this event will undoubtedly attract a crowd.
Click here for full event details

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