Rustic Barn Pub

Troy, NY: Restaurant, Live Music Venue and Open Mic!

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  • Friday, February 28, 2020

    Skeeter Creek

    Skeeter Creek

    9pm

    Skeeter Creek was nominated for 4 awards at the 2005 Northeast Country Music Association awards: Bluegrass band of the Year, Vocal group of the Year, Instrumental band of the Year, and the Sunrise award. They were the winners of the 2004 Colgate Country Showdown in the Albany, New York region, winners of the 2005 and 2006 Froggy 100.7 Country Shootout, and most recently named at the top of the 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 Metroland Magazine Readers Poll for Country Band of the Year, and 2013, 2014,2015 Cover Band of the Year (all genres). They have also won the NorthCountry Music Awards in 2014-2015 for Entertainers of the Year, Band of the Year, Male Vocalist (Dave Ahl), Female Vocalist (Renee Lussier-Ahl), and Musician of the Year (Dominic Paratore).

  • Saturday, February 29, 2020

    The Bear Bones Project

    The Bear Bones Project

    8pm

    One of the Areas favorite jam bands - Leap Day Party!

  • Sunday, March 1, 2020

    Sunday Funday with Brian Kane

    Sunday Funday with Brian Kane

    Join us from 3-6pm with acoustic music.  Brian Kane is a local musician that plays a variety of music everyone enjoys!

  • Tuesday, March 3, 2020

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    6:30-10pm
    The Tour is a "Round Robin" music session of local traditional fiddle music folk who meet every Tuesday night, all year round, in various places scattered throughout the Capital District. Our group plays a different local venue each month, only on Tuesdays. We are not a performance band. We are open to any age or ability. We go around the circle and each person takes a turn selecting tunes to play and the playing speed of those tunes (no pressure, you can pass on your turn, if you choose). Group size varies (8-25 musicians) from week to week and we never know who will show up. Our life and business backgrounds are varied, but the love of playing this style of music is shared by all. For the most part, the Venues we play are Pubs and Taverns, so please be aware that alcohol is served at almost every place that we play. Every Venue we play also serves food, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, for those who choose not to take advantage of whatever is on tap at the bar. The Venues we play do not charge us for the privilege of having a place to play, and many of them are small, 'Mom and Pop' establishments, so we encourage players to support the places we play, and order something. Without these wonderful proprietors, and their generous support, we would not even have places to gather to play together.

    Beginners/Pros welcome! Books and sheet music are allowed. Bring a tune to share; we love to learn something new! Feel free to record the sessions for practice, or to learn a new tune.

    This is a mixed ability group. Tune tempos depend on the ability of players present each week, and the speed each person selects for their pick. If you are just beginning, don't be afraid to select a tune to play, even if it's very slow. We've all been there. Ask us, and we can run through something slower. If you like speed, we have some folks that are up for the challenges. What we try for is a blend throughout the night.

    He plays/She plays. Regional and stylistic tune variations abound, so one tune can have several different ways to be played (and several different names!) -- we learn from each other and pass it on.

    Basic Jam/Session Etiquette:

    Have a good time -- it's a jam, not a performance. We all make mistakes.
    Tune, tune, tune your instrument -- sure, we're a relaxed bunch, but there is no such thing as "good enough for folk music." Out of tune is out of tune, and can throw off other players next to you.
    Take turns going around the circle, rather than just start up a tune at any time. This lets everyone get a chance to play what they know. However, the "Tour After 10" jamming tends to be more open to "throwing a tune out on the floor," and may be faster paced.
    Listen for the next tune call and be ready for your turn -- it can take nearly 2 hrs to get around a circle of 20 musicians. Being ready with your selections helps it move smoothly.

  • Wednesday, March 4, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Thursday, March 5, 2020

    Open Mic with Leslie Barkman

    Open Mic with Leslie Barkman

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 7:30pm

  • Friday, March 6, 2020

    Becca Frame and The Tall Boys

    Becca Frame and The Tall Boys

    Becca Frame and the Tall Boys provide a timeless presentation of powerful vocals, and transcendent lyrics. Rock and Roll, Soul with a funky edge.

  • Saturday, March 7, 2020

    The Grateful Dread

    The Grateful Dread

    The songs of The Grateful Dead played reggae style

  • Sunday, March 8, 2020

    Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam

    Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam

    Join us for Second Sunday Bluegrass Jam Sessions at 6pm. Hosted by Jeff Wasbes and Zack Cohen in a round robin style jam. Jeff and Zack will start us off with a few tunes then open the stage to lead their choice Bluegrass music, backed up by other pickers. 
    Second Sunday’s are for making new friends, sharing songs, playing and listening to blue grass and new-grass. All are welcome to join the Jam. Come prepared with your favorite songs and acoustic instruments.

  • Tuesday, March 10, 2020

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    6:30-10:00pm
    The Tour is a "Round Robin" music session of local traditional fiddle music folk who meet every Tuesday night, all year round, in various places scattered throughout the Capital District. Our group plays a different local venue each month, only on Tuesdays. We are not a performance band. We are open to any age or ability. We go around the circle and each person takes a turn selecting tunes to play and the playing speed of those tunes (no pressure, you can pass on your turn, if you choose). Group size varies (8-25 musicians) from week to week and we never know who will show up. Our life and business backgrounds are varied, but the love of playing this style of music is shared by all. For the most part, the Venues we play are Pubs and Taverns, so please be aware that alcohol is served at almost every place that we play. Every Venue we play also serves food, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, for those who choose not to take advantage of whatever is on tap at the bar. The Venues we play do not charge us for the privilege of having a place to play, and many of them are small, 'Mom and Pop' establishments, so we encourage players to support the places we play, and order something. Without these wonderful proprietors, and their generous support, we would not even have places to gather to play together.

    Beginners/Pros welcome! Books and sheet music are allowed. Bring a tune to share; we love to learn something new! Feel free to record the sessions for practice, or to learn a new tune.

    This is a mixed ability group. Tune tempos depend on the ability of players present each week, and the speed each person selects for their pick. If you are just beginning, don't be afraid to select a tune to play, even if it's very slow. We've all been there. Ask us, and we can run through something slower. If you like speed, we have some folks that are up for the challenges. What we try for is a blend throughout the night.

    He plays/She plays. Regional and stylistic tune variations abound, so one tune can have several different ways to be played (and several different names!) -- we learn from each other and pass it on.

    Basic Jam/Session Etiquette:

    Have a good time -- it's a jam, not a performance. We all make mistakes.
    Tune, tune, tune your instrument -- sure, we're a relaxed bunch, but there is no such thing as "good enough for folk music." Out of tune is out of tune, and can throw off other players next to you.
    Take turns going around the circle, rather than just start up a tune at any time. This lets everyone get a chance to play what they know. However, the "Tour After 10" jamming tends to be more open to "throwing a tune out on the floor," and may be faster paced.
    Listen for the next tune call and be ready for your turn -- it can take nearly 2 hrs to get around a circle of 20 musicians. Being ready with your selections helps it move smoothly.

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Thursday, March 12, 2020

    Open Mic with Brian Kane

    Open Mic with Brian Kane

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 7:30pm

  • Friday, March 13, 2020

    Jack Empie and Friends

    Jack Empie and Friends

    Jack Empie & Friends” is Jack’s band that performs original, inspirational music. Playing electric as well as acoustic guitar, Jack plays various types of music with an ever changing cast of his talented musician friends. Whether performing songs he’s written or the music of others, he always delivers a great show.
    Jack mixes some Irish tunes in for St.Patricks's Day too!

  • Saturday, March 14, 2020

    St.Patrick's Day Party with Blue Hand Luke and Paddy O' Sax

    St.Patrick's Day Party with Blue Hand Luke  and Paddy O' Sax

    8pm

    Come celebrate St.Patrick's Day with Blue Hand Luke w/s/g Paddy O' Sax! Irish Dinner and drink specials!

  • Sunday, March 15, 2020

    The Dolan Brothers w/s/g Eileen Markland

    The Dolan Brothers w/s/g Eileen Markland

    Sunday afternoon Irish Music 3-6pm

  • Tuesday, March 17, 2020

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions - St.Patricks Day

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions - St.Patricks Day

    6:30-10pm
    The Tour is a "Round Robin" music session of local traditional fiddle music folk who meet every Tuesday night, all year round, in various places scattered throughout the Capital District. Our group plays a different local venue each month, only on Tuesdays. We are not a performance band. We are open to any age or ability. We go around the circle and each person takes a turn selecting tunes to play and the playing speed of those tunes (no pressure, you can pass on your turn, if you choose). Group size varies (8-25 musicians) from week to week and we never know who will show up. Our life and business backgrounds are varied, but the love of playing this style of music is shared by all. For the most part, the Venues we play are Pubs and Taverns, so please be aware that alcohol is served at almost every place that we play. Every Venue we play also serves food, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, for those who choose not to take advantage of whatever is on tap at the bar. The Venues we play do not charge us for the privilege of having a place to play, and many of them are small, 'Mom and Pop' establishments, so we encourage players to support the places we play, and order something. Without these wonderful proprietors, and their generous support, we would not even have places to gather to play together.

    Beginners/Pros welcome! Books and sheet music are allowed. Bring a tune to share; we love to learn something new! Feel free to record the sessions for practice, or to learn a new tune.

    This is a mixed ability group. Tune tempos depend on the ability of players present each week, and the speed each person selects for their pick. If you are just beginning, don't be afraid to select a tune to play, even if it's very slow. We've all been there. Ask us, and we can run through something slower. If you like speed, we have some folks that are up for the challenges. What we try for is a blend throughout the night.

    He plays/She plays. Regional and stylistic tune variations abound, so one tune can have several different ways to be played (and several different names!) -- we learn from each other and pass it on.

    Basic Jam/Session Etiquette:

    Have a good time -- it's a jam, not a performance. We all make mistakes.
    Tune, tune, tune your instrument -- sure, we're a relaxed bunch, but there is no such thing as "good enough for folk music." Out of tune is out of tune, and can throw off other players next to you.
    Take turns going around the circle, rather than just start up a tune at any time. This lets everyone get a chance to play what they know. However, the "Tour After 10" jamming tends to be more open to "throwing a tune out on the floor," and may be faster paced.
    Listen for the next tune call and be ready for your turn -- it can take nearly 2 hrs to get around a circle of 20 musicians. Being ready with your selections helps it move smoothly.

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Thursday, March 19, 2020

    Open Mic with Kelly Maguire

    Open Mic with Kelly Maguire

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 7:30pm

  • Friday, March 20, 2020

    Soul Provider

    Soul Provider

    Soul Provider has been providing Soul, Rock N'Roll and R&B for over a decade! One of the top party bands playing venues all over the Capital District. If your looking to dance and have a good time come out March 20th at 8pm you wont be disappointed!

  • Saturday, March 21, 2020

    Kno Dead

    Kno Dead

    8pm

    Music of the Grateful Dead and beyond!

  • Sunday, March 22, 2020

    Food Stock 7

    Food Stock 7

    Local musicians Raising money for the Local Food Pantry. This is the 7th FOODSTOCK event, we do 2 per year as the need is great. Come show your support of local live music and help feed the hungry! 2pm

    Live music all day with-

    Izzy Singer

    Tradition Duo

    Acoustic Trauma

    The Gamma Rays

    Rye Grass Express

    Soul Sky

    The Bear Bones Project

    Hosted by Bob Gamache, MC: Johnny Goodman

    Suggested donation: $10

    Food Pantries Of The Capital District need your help, here’s why...

    Albany, Rensselaer, and Saratoga Counties over 78,000 people are food insecure. 24,000 are babies and children. We're here to help. *According to Feeding America

     

    Our Mission

    We are a coalition of 64 food pantries in Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Schenectady Counties working together to feed the hungry. Our mission is to address hunger in the capital district through our member food pantries.

     

    Our Vision

    A dynamic network of well‐stocked food pantries nourishing our hungry neighbors in the Capital District.

     

    How We Fulfill Our Mission

    We support our pantries by funding, purchasing, collecting, and delivering food. We provide a forum for networking, coordination of services, education, and training for pantry staff and volunteers.

     

    History

    Our coalition was founded in 1979 by the Urban Ministries Fellowship, a committee of the Capital Area Council of Churches. We started with 10 member food pantries. In 1980, we sponsored our first food drive. That year, 16 food pantries served 15,472 people. Since then, we have grown substantially, as hunger has spread throughout the community we serve. Your support helps us provide food for 2.7 million meals annually to assist the hungry in the Capital District.

  • Tuesday, March 24, 2020

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    6:30pm-10pm
    The Tour is a "Round Robin" music session of local traditional fiddle music folk who meet every Tuesday night, all year round, in various places scattered throughout the Capital District. Our group plays a different local venue each month, only on Tuesdays. We are not a performance band. We are open to any age or ability. We go around the circle and each person takes a turn selecting tunes to play and the playing speed of those tunes (no pressure, you can pass on your turn, if you choose). Group size varies (8-25 musicians) from week to week and we never know who will show up. Our life and business backgrounds are varied, but the love of playing this style of music is shared by all. For the most part, the Venues we play are Pubs and Taverns, so please be aware that alcohol is served at almost every place that we play. Every Venue we play also serves food, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, for those who choose not to take advantage of whatever is on tap at the bar. The Venues we play do not charge us for the privilege of having a place to play, and many of them are small, 'Mom and Pop' establishments, so we encourage players to support the places we play, and order something. Without these wonderful proprietors, and their generous support, we would not even have places to gather to play together.

    Beginners/Pros welcome! Books and sheet music are allowed. Bring a tune to share; we love to learn something new! Feel free to record the sessions for practice, or to learn a new tune.

    This is a mixed ability group. Tune tempos depend on the ability of players present each week, and the speed each person selects for their pick. If you are just beginning, don't be afraid to select a tune to play, even if it's very slow. We've all been there. Ask us, and we can run through something slower. If you like speed, we have some folks that are up for the challenges. What we try for is a blend throughout the night.

    He plays/She plays. Regional and stylistic tune variations abound, so one tune can have several different ways to be played (and several different names!) -- we learn from each other and pass it on.

    Basic Jam/Session Etiquette:

    Have a good time -- it's a jam, not a performance. We all make mistakes.
    Tune, tune, tune your instrument -- sure, we're a relaxed bunch, but there is no such thing as "good enough for folk music." Out of tune is out of tune, and can throw off other players next to you.
    Take turns going around the circle, rather than just start up a tune at any time. This lets everyone get a chance to play what they know. However, the "Tour After 10" jamming tends to be more open to "throwing a tune out on the floor," and may be faster paced.
    Listen for the next tune call and be ready for your turn -- it can take nearly 2 hrs to get around a circle of 20 musicians. Being ready with your selections helps it move smoothly.

  • Wednesday, March 25, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Thursday, March 26, 2020

    Open Mic with Tommy Love

    Open Mic with Tommy Love

    Voted one of the best Open Mics in the Capital Region! Full drum kit, lights and sound provided. All skill levels welcome, you never know who will show up! With a different guest host every week our Open Mic is always different and fun. Grab your instruments and come jam, every Thursday night at 7:30pm

  • Friday, March 27, 2020

    The Refrigerators

    The Refrigerators

    9pm

    The Refrigerators are a 9pc, horn fueled party band from the Capital Region of NY.
    Consistantly a top draw for 2 decades,The Refrigerators are one of the most sought after bands in the Capital Region and beyond.

  • Saturday, March 28, 2020

    Beg, Steal, or Borrow w/s/g Northern Born

    Beg, Steal, or Borrow w/s/g Northern Born

    8pm

    Beg,Steal,or Borrow will be playing the Rustic Barn with Northern Borne starting the night out! This will be a fun night of bluegrass music.

  • Sunday, March 29, 2020

    Sunday Funday with Brian Kane

    Sunday Funday with Brian Kane

    Brian plays a wide variety of music everyone enjoys! 3-6pm

  • Tuesday, March 31, 2020

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    Fiddlers Tour Sessions

    6:30pm-10pm
    The Tour is a "Round Robin" music session of local traditional fiddle music folk who meet every Tuesday night, all year round, in various places scattered throughout the Capital District. Our group plays a different local venue each month, only on Tuesdays. We are not a performance band. We are open to any age or ability. We go around the circle and each person takes a turn selecting tunes to play and the playing speed of those tunes (no pressure, you can pass on your turn, if you choose). Group size varies (8-25 musicians) from week to week and we never know who will show up. Our life and business backgrounds are varied, but the love of playing this style of music is shared by all. For the most part, the Venues we play are Pubs and Taverns, so please be aware that alcohol is served at almost every place that we play. Every Venue we play also serves food, as well as non-alcoholic beverages, for those who choose not to take advantage of whatever is on tap at the bar. The Venues we play do not charge us for the privilege of having a place to play, and many of them are small, 'Mom and Pop' establishments, so we encourage players to support the places we play, and order something. Without these wonderful proprietors, and their generous support, we would not even have places to gather to play together.

    Beginners/Pros welcome! Books and sheet music are allowed. Bring a tune to share; we love to learn something new! Feel free to record the sessions for practice, or to learn a new tune.

    This is a mixed ability group. Tune tempos depend on the ability of players present each week, and the speed each person selects for their pick. If you are just beginning, don't be afraid to select a tune to play, even if it's very slow. We've all been there. Ask us, and we can run through something slower. If you like speed, we have some folks that are up for the challenges. What we try for is a blend throughout the night.

    He plays/She plays. Regional and stylistic tune variations abound, so one tune can have several different ways to be played (and several different names!) -- we learn from each other and pass it on.

    Basic Jam/Session Etiquette:

    Have a good time -- it's a jam, not a performance. We all make mistakes.
    Tune, tune, tune your instrument -- sure, we're a relaxed bunch, but there is no such thing as "good enough for folk music." Out of tune is out of tune, and can throw off other players next to you.
    Take turns going around the circle, rather than just start up a tune at any time. This lets everyone get a chance to play what they know. However, the "Tour After 10" jamming tends to be more open to "throwing a tune out on the floor," and may be faster paced.
    Listen for the next tune call and be ready for your turn -- it can take nearly 2 hrs to get around a circle of 20 musicians. Being ready with your selections helps it move smoothly.

  • Wednesday, April 1, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, April 8, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, April 15, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, April 22, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, April 29, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, May 6, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, May 13, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, May 20, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, May 27, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, June 3, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, June 10, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, June 17, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, June 24, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, July 1, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, July 8, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, July 15, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, July 22, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, July 29, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, August 5, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, August 12, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, August 19, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

  • Wednesday, August 26, 2020

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    Trivia and Ladies Night

    7-9pm

    Come test your Brain skills with your favorite host Evan Lewis! Every Wednesday night at The Rustic Barn Pub. Free to play and Lots to win! Its also ladies night= drink specials and buckets!

Rustic Barn Pub

150 Speigletown Rd
Troy, NY 12182 518-235-5858

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