Dubh Linn Gate

This Week: The Irish Times, Chilliwack & Vancouver Events.

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Group shot of Knacker’s Yard at The Irish Times Pub with Bronwyn singing “A Man You Don’t Meet Everyday.”

Knacker’s Yard will be at The Irish Times Pub tonight performing from 9PM-12AM; for all our local friends and fans. Tonight is Whiskey Wednesday! Check out the Knacker’s Yard page on Facebook for more Photos, Videos, News and Event Updates.

We’ll be back on the mainland this week, performing at Chilliwack’s Tractorgrease Music Cafe on Thursday night, and at Vancouver’s Dubh Linn Gate Main Street on Saturday Night.

Thursday November 8th
Tractorgrease Music Cafe
48710 Chilliwack Lake Rd, Chilliwack, BC
7pm-10pm
$15 all ages

Saturday November 10th
Dubh Linn Gate Vancouver
1601 Main Street
Vancouver, BC
9pm-12am
No cover.

Cheers!

 

 

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Knacker’s Yard at the Dubh Linn Gate Whistler! This Weekend!

Knacker’s Yard will be heading to Whistler this weekend!
Hope to see some of our Mainland friends and fans out! It’s going to be a full weekend of drink, dance and music with afternoon concerts too!

Friday November 2nd // 9PM-12AM
Saturday November 3rd // 4PM-5PM and 9PM-12AM
Sunday November 4th // 4PM-5PM and 9PM-12AM

Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub Whistler
4320 Sundial Crescent #170, Whistler, BC
T: 604.905.4047

Also some pictures from last night’s Samhain Celebration at The Irish Times Pub.
Thanks again to all of our regulars at The Times, it wouldn’t be the same without you all!

Knacker’s Yard on the mainland February 23rd-25th

Knacker’s Yard will be starting the weekend off early!
Friday at the Blarney Stone Pub for Happy Hour, followed by a full night’s performance at the Dubh Linn Gate Main Street.

Saturday will find the Knacker’s Yard at Celtic Traditions for an evening performance, followed by Sunday Night in Chilliwack at The Tractorgrease Cafe.

We will be back just in time to head down to The Irish Times Pub on Monday!

Hope to see some of our Mainland fans out this weekend!

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