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K-Rock Centre Transformed for Saturday’s Crystal Ball Gala

On Saturday, October 15, the K-ROCK Centre will be transformed into a glittering Ballroom as it plays host to the inaugural Crystal Ball Gala, in support of The Limestone Learning Foundation. The sold out crowd of seven hundred guests will come together for this black tie evening on the floor of the K-Rock Centre arena.… Keep Reading

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“Venues Today” Names KROCK Centre #1 in its Class

Fresh off the heels of ranking as the 14th highest grossing venue worldwide under 10,000 seats , Venues Today has again recognized the K-Rock Centre as the number one touring stop within Canada. In its annual Canada Spotlight issue the K-Rock Centre has been listed as the highest grossing venue in Canada, under 10,000 seats.… Keep Reading

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Sarah Harmer to Play “Crystal Ball Gala” at K-Rock Centre

Be a part of a spectacular evening that highlights the talent and achievement of students in the Limestone District School Board. Be mesmerized by an exclusive, acoustic solo performance by Juno Award winner, Sarah Harmer. Marvel at the talent of our students as they perform with Kingston musical favourites Paul Langlois, Emily Fennell and Chris… Keep Reading

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K-Rock Centre Announces “Get Swabbed” Hockey Night

The Kingston Frontenacs Organization, the K-Rock Centre and One Match Stem Cell and Marrow Network Announce the first ever Kingston Frontenacs Swab Day & Hockey Game, “Where You Can Make the Biggest Save”. The game is scheduled for Friday, January 28th, 2011. The Kingston Frontenacs are offering a Team Challenge and a Corporate Challenge (see… Keep Reading

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K-Rock Centre Welcomes Families to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Bring your family down to the FREE indoor and outdoor New Year’s Eve festivities at the K-Rock Centre, 1 Barrack St. co-sponsored by Empire Life. Celebrations run from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and ends with a spectacular fireworks display from Point Frederick best viewed from the Wolfe Island Ferry dock or Confederation Park. Dress… Keep Reading

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