Buck Wild’s Rode House opens April 6
Harrisburg has traditionally been the starting point for Kamionka Entertainment ventures, which have since been instituted in Scranton, Bloomsburg, even York for a while.
The West Shore Hardware Bar has been teasing an upcoming change, and on Friday, April 6, it will be repurposed as Buck Wild’s Rode House, a format Kamionka first imagined in Wilkes-Barre.
If you pay attention, it’s evident that the West Shore Hardware Bar always had more of a country edge than its downtown counterpart, hosting a variety of country acts and home to a handful of BOB 94.9 FM events, so this switch actually makes sense.
Buck Wild’s Rode House will open with a grand opening party on Friday, April 6 with a $500 bullriding competition and $1 red solo cups of Miller Lite. Plus, you’ll get the chance to win 4 tickets to see and meet Toby Keith in Philadelphia, limousine transportation included.
Buck Wild’s Rode House will be open from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights.
The new website isn’t live yet, but you can take a peek at what to expect in the Wilkes-Barre version here.