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Rock & Pop Culture Trivia

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August 21, 2012 8:00 pmtoAugust 22, 2012 9:30 pm

Always humming a song to yourself or know more about Star Trek than you to care to admit? Then the Rock & Pop Culture Trivia nights will be a blast for you. Talking all things film, TV and music, you will be in pop culture heaven. You can try all the booze and awesome burgers available while showing off your awesome memory for useless facts to win the beer and wine prizes. Best of all, it’s free, so that’s potentially free booze and a chance to revel in the topics you love.

WHEN: Tuesdays at B. East, 8pm-10pm; Wednesdays at The Corner Hotel, 8pm-9:30pm
WHERE: B. East, 80 Lygon Street, Brunswick East and The Corner Hotel, 57 Swan Street, Richmond
WEB: facebook.com/rockpoptrivia?v=wall&filter=2


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