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Friend recommended we check this place out, it was not quite what I expected. Live band was ok, cash only for drinks. Basically just a square room with some tables a stage and dance floor. Fight broke out between patrons at one point. Would not...More
This is one of oldest building in yellowknife. when we walked in could feel the awesome energy there! people dancing , live music. the band was good, they played a lot of older music but being in yellowknife is a step back in time anyways...More
Never judge a book by its cover! When you walk inside, you will be pleasantly surprised. Live band and they play everything. Everyone is welcome...get on the dance floor and shake your booty!! Soooo much fun!! Shots, shots, shots!!
I had the pleasure of working at the Gold Range Tavern, with a band from the states I was touring with at the time, back in 1989. Upon arriving at the hotel during daylight, it just seemed it was another unkempt hotel/bar along the way...More
Myself and my wife convinced our group of 15 to go to this place after reading the reviews. Some were a little nervous as we walked up to the place and our local host told us ensure no one is left alone in the place....More
I will skip the PC here and just give you the simple description.
I lived in Yellowknife for 3 years so know this place well as it is a bit infamous.
Here's what you need to know:
1. The Goldrange is famed to be in...More
I was in a band that played there in often. In 82 and 83...Leif was the manager then. He once lived in London Ontario. I recall heading back to Ontario Dec 21 1982, once we packed up the truck after our last night in town....More
Came here with a local person, it had a live country band going and there are plenty of rough characters about partying like it's going to be the end of the world. It is neither fancy nor impressive, one would go here for a drink...More
Okay, this is coming from a girl who was born and raised in the beautiful NWT...if you are in YK for any reason whatsoever you MUST check out the "Strange Range"...Saturday afternoons you have your jam sessions where you can see local musicians and/or the...More
Accustomed to "upscale" places in town for socializing (none of my friends were particularly interested in dancing to live music), it was quite a shift for me to put the crazy stories I'd heard about "The Strange Range" and supposed risks to personal safety aside...More