Event company opens in Comox Valley

Drop the Needle Entertainment (DTNE) has opened its doors in the Comox Valley.

CO-OWNERS KATRINA Cain and Craig McNeil are spicing up the weeknight bar scene in the Comox Valley.

Drop the Needle Entertainment (DTNE) has opened its doors in the Comox Valley.

Launched in March, DTNE has taken traditional bar games and spiced them up.

“We noticed that many of the music trivia, general trivia and other bar games were losing their following. After trying them out for ourselves, we realized that we could make them better and bring the fun and spark back into the weeknight bar scene,” said co-owner Katrina Cain.

Drop the Needle Entertainment offers so much more than bar games, however. They are a full service DJ and event company.

In addition to Guess That Groove music trivia and Next Line Bingo (starting on Wednesday nights in October at the Bridge Lounge), DTNE offers other events such as Centre Stage Talent Show and Songwriter Survival.

“We will come into your venue and put on events that are engaging and fun for your customers. We do things a little differently, bringing our warmth and friendliness to the party,” remarked Craig McNeil, co-owner.

In addition to musical events, Drop the Needle Entertainment has noticed that there are very few activities for singles to meet other singles in the Comox Valley and have created a bunch of different mix and mingle activities.

For more information, contact info@droptheneedleentertainment.com or call Katrina Cain at 250-218-1071.

— Drop the Needle Entertainment

Just Posted

Moms of those killed by illicit opioids take to B.C. Legislature in call for action

Moms Stop the Harm, a nationwide network of families who have lost loved ones to overdoses rally

Taxing Vancouver Island

Big Read: find out which communities are paying the lowest and highest taxes on Vancouver Island

Y2K Spitfire comes home

Stocky Edwards guest of honour at banquet

Crown Isle acquires Longlands Golf Course

The Crown Isle Resort and Golf Community just got a little bit… Continue reading

Heliports certified at Comox Valley, Campbell River hospitals

Both sites should see heliports up and running by late summer

VIDEO: Canadian toddler caught practising hockey skills in crib

Eli Graveline is getting praise from far and wide as the internet freaks out of cute throwback video

Amalgamation fails in North Cowichan and Duncan

North Cowichan says yes, but Duncan says no

B.C. teacher ends Jeopardy! winning streak, taking home US$69,000

Ali Hasan, from New Westminster, has been gaining fans as a “one-man invasion,” says Alex Trebek

Jett Woo highlights 5 Canucks choices on Day 2 of NHL entry draft

WHL star out of Moose Jaw tabbed in Round 2

Lawyer fired in B.C. courtroom during trial for dangerous driving causing death

Dustin Dennis Zinter was charged following November 2015 accident near Nanaimo, B.C.

In a matter of hours, women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to drive

Change was announced as a royal decree in 2017 by Crown Prince Mohammen bin Salman

Feds announce measures to protect endangered whale species

Canada’s Whale Initiative is part of the federal government’s $1.5 billion Ocean Protection Plan

COC session vote approves Calgary as potential host for 2026 Olympics

Scott Hutcheson, chair of Calgary’s Olympic bid corporation — called vote a positive step forward

Mounties seize 1,500 pot plants in ‘extensive Shawnigan raid

Mounties searched a property in the 4800-block of Goldstream Heights Drive on May 30

Most Read