TOO MUCH FUN! Check out the pics!
Hangin out at the dragway for a fast and furious father's day!
Bobby Mac and his Q Rock Roadies spent St. Patrick's Day morning at The Old Triangle handing out prizes. Lot's of people had the luck of the Irish today winning tickets to see U2, DVD's, shirts and we even took an extra qualifier for the "Trip for 4 to the Masters." Congrats to Debbie Pottie.
We have TWO winners for the Where are Tiger’s Balls? contest. We had a putt off...and only one was leaving with the trip, SOOOOO they made a deal to share the trip!!!! Congrats to Andrea Colbourne and Jason Reid who shook hands and sealed their fate.
On Monday, February 14th thousands of people spent Valentine's Day with Joel Plaskett Emergency (with Ghettosocks,)as they kicked off the first night of music at "Celebration Square" for the 2011 Canada Games. Thanks to stkphotos.com for the images!
Aaron Campbell did some "worm diving'" and won the rockin’ Zodiac Zoom 310-S inflatable boat from Seamasters, complete with Yamaha outboard motor, 4 PFDs and a boat safety course for two! Check out the other contestants here!
Q listeners were asked to stop by Empire Theatres with a new, unwrapped toy for kids in need this Xmas. The Salvation Army distrbutes them right before Xmas. Thank you SO much to everyone, who once again, made this event a huge success!!! Q listeners ROCK.
On May 4th, HMCS Fredericton arrived back in Halifax from a six and a half month deployment. One lucky sailor arrived home to a $10,000 re-landscaped and $10,000 interior renovation. Congratulations Petty Officer 1st Class William Mandeville! Check out all the pictures!
The Halifax Seaport Beerfest has become the largest beer event to be held in Atlantic Canada. Q104 was proud to sample our Q-Brew along side the other 70 beer and cider venues at this years Beerfest. Q-Brew is brewed by Garrison especially for Beerfest every year.
Weir Rockin' is a non-profit, volunteer-based community group, formed in conjunction with the Springfield Lake Recreation Association (SLRA) in Middle Sackville, Nova Scotia, Canada.