MNET Radio Music Hall set to open in Mission in January

Official opening takes place Jan. 4 with a tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan

The MNET Radio Music Hall will open in Mission in the new year.

The official opening of the modern event venue takes place Jan. 4 with a tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughan. The show will be performed by the renowned Russell Marsland, formerly of the R&B All Stars.

Located at #203 31510 Gill Ave., the hall is a 100-seat venue that is also available to rent for private events such as meetings, weddings and parties.

“Our venue offers services that other rooms don’t, such as DJ services, live music and catering by Silver Creek Catering just a few doors down,” said venue owner Lance Schilka.

The venue boasts a modern stage, sound and lighting that Schilka said is unlike any other in the Fraser Valley.

“We believe that the future of live music depends on introducing this form of entertainment to our youth. Allowing them to come together and socialize with music is an activity they currently don’t have,” he said.

Tickets for the MNET Radio Music Hall can be purchased online at mnetradio.com or on First Avenue at Olde News Vintage Vinyl.

For more information on all their events, call 778-347-6638.

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