March is here.  This means the snow is melting, the birds are chirping and we have a jam-packed fun month ahead of us.  There are so many concerts and events in the Quad Cities in the month of March and our first one is Thursday, March 10 from 5-7pm at The Edge Eatery & Drinkatorium in Rapids City (1802 2nd Ave) with a Thirsty Thursday for Tool, Korn, and All That Remains tickets

What can I win on March 10 at The Edge Eatery & Drinkatorium?

This will be your last chance to come out and win these tickets!  You can win a pair of tickets to one of the kick-ass shows we've got coming to town in March.

  • Tool.  March 17 at the TaxSlayer Center
  • Korn.  March 25 at the TaxSlayer Center
  • All That Remains.  March 26 at The Rust Belt.

*Contest ends at 6:59pm
*Must be present to win
*Only one entry per person.  Multiple entries will be disqualified.

Why are you doing this on a Thursday?

The week after March 10 is spring break for Quad Cities schools.  And the I-Rock guy is taking a trip to someplace warm...and then of course will be back on March 17 for the Tool concert!  But he's gotta leave Friday at 3 pm to get to the airport.  So it's a Thirsty Thursday.  But it's an early evening at The Edge Eatery & Drikatorium.  We'll be there from 5-7 pm.  Swing in and get a bite to eat.  Have a couple of drinks.  Win some tickets, and get spring break started.

About The Edge Eatery & Drinkatorium

The Edge Eatery & Drinkatorium is in Rapids City, IL on I80, and the Great River Road Rt. 84.

Known for great food and great drinks at low prices including handmade Crab Rangoon and Frosty Bombs. (You will find Donnie sitting at the bar doing both at the same time often)

The Edge uses local ingredients in their awesome handmade pizzas, hamburgers, and prime burgers.

Welcoming cyclists, bikers, car guys off Rte. 84, and so many more stories off I-80 at the last IL exit. Oh and, Donnie will welcome you, shake your hand, and just a heads up….don’t fall for his “taste this” trick…chances are they are not hot nuts, they are volcanic nuts.

Coming soon (we all hope) Eat and drink on the outdoor “Partio”  Summer fun, bands, and The Edge wants to remind all the cyclists, to get registered for TourDeBrewQC coming to the Edge on April 30th.  And follow their events on Facebook for the announcement of the first 2022 Third Tuesday Cruise-In.

  • $10 buckets of Busch Light daily
  • Daily food specials
  • Share a twinkie, ho-ho, or cocktail with Donnie, it’s a good time!
  • Local bar with a laughing problem
  • Chill place, friendly staff, food till close
  • OH, and did we mention you have to meet Donnie

Are You QC AF? Take The Test.

If you are from the Quad Cities, there are certain things you do and say that folks from outside the area might not understand. Weather you’ve lived here your entire life, or just a couple years, it’s time to put your QC to the test to find out if you are “QC AF”.
Below are 25 questions to test your knowledge and life experience of the Quad Cities. Keep track and see where you rank. Then share it, if you aren’t ashamed, to show how QC you are.

25-20 points – You are QC AF!
19-15 points – Reppin’ the QC strong.
15-10 points – Average. You put the “C” in the QC.
10-5 points – Do you even QC bro.
5-0 points – Move back to Chicago.

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