ACDC tribute to rock Campbell River’s Eagles Hall

Third in a series of classic rock tribute acts

The Fraternal Order of Eagles #3097, Campbell River is presenting the third in its series of Classic Rock Tribute Concerts.

On Saturday, June 3 OCDC, the number one ACDC tribute band in British Columbia, will be rocking the big hall at the Eagles’ complex with their amazing true to life portrayal if the iconic rockers from down under. ACDC delivered worldwide hits from the 1970s to the 1990s. Although they have been described as hard rock/blues and heavy metal, they have always dubbed their music as simply “rock and roll.”

The Campbell River Eagles organization has taken a major step in opening its doors to the public. While the membership continues its role as a service club in the community, it also recognises its ability to bring entertainment and socializing to the Campbell River area. They hereby invite all to come and enjoy their facilities at the lounge, billiards room and two community halls. The lounge hosts Name That Tune on Friday nights and Open Mic Jam on Saturday nights. Come on down and take it all in and in doing so, you are making your contribution to the community programs funded by the F.O.E. #3097.

Tickets for the OCDC and future concerts in their Classic Rock Tribute Concert Series are available at the Eagles lounge, The Music Plant, Red’s Hair Saloon in Black Creek and online at For more information on the Campbell River Fraternal Order of Eagles #3097 concert series, visit their facebook page Eagles Entertainment Campbell River.

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