Are you looking for the perfect hangout place? Your search ends at Rimrock’s Mountain Tavern. Bust out your best dance moves as our DJs play your favorite party music. Relish the moment while having a bottle or two of your drink of choice. Count on us to provide you with an exciting nightlife and mouthwatering menu items. Call us for more details.
DJ Rekkon is a “force to be reckoned with!” He has been a Stowe, VT favorite since 2000, and has been rocking on the turntables for 20 years from Miami to Montreal. He has been a DJ for us for over 7 years and helped us put Rimrock’s Mountain Tavern on the map as one of the best sports bars/nightclubs in the State. He has the longest-running Friday Night DJ residency in Vermont, and with his ability to rock any crowd anytime, he earned a spot into the finals for the Seven Daysies “Best DJ in Vermont” in 2014. You can catch him all over Vermont, from his electronic monthly “Sundae Soundclash“ at Metronome to his guest appearances at Red Square. In addition to his club DJ-ing, he is also the premier sports event DJ in Vermont with events for Mountain Bike VT, Smuggs, Stowe Mt Resort, and MT Snow.
This DJ does it all and can rock any party, any place, and any time.
DJ Two Rivers has been entertaining crowds at Rimrock’s Mountain Tavern and around the Northeast for nearly a decade. Two River’s trademark of mixing music from different genres to create the ultimate experience is what has made him a household name in the area as he consistently delivers night after night on the town that few forget. The native Vermonter earned his first residency at Bonz in Morrisville, but quickly emerged as one of the hottest names in the state playing at top venues like Zen Lounge, Higher Ground, and alongside DJ Dakota of the VT UNION at RJ’s and Nectar’s in Burlington, VT. Two Rivers has been mainstay of Rimrock’s Mountain Tavern since 2009, entertaining the masses every Saturday night. Two Rivers originally earned his name from his father at a young age, and after growing up at the meeting point of the Lamoille River and Gihon River in Johnson, VT. The special name shared between father and son is now a household name around the region.