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Good Times at the VFW

Post-Game Celebrations and Team Meetings:

After all home games, please feel free to come celebrate with the Oilers at the Randolph VFW ("The V"), just walking distance from the field.

And trust us: the Oilers celebrate after EVERY game, win or lose: we"ll either be celebrating the joys of victory and the payoff for months of hard work.  And The V has the best drink prices in MA: icy cold beers for only $2.50, and mixed drinks for @ $4.00

And in the rare event we lose a home game we will still be celebrating, there is always a reason to be thankful for the fact that we get to play the game we love and to gather afterward with our teammates, friends, family, fans, and even our opponents. All are welcome as long as you behave and love football.

The management and patrons of the V are kind enough to share their establishment with the Oiler family. The only rules are that we insist you treat everyone there with respect and courtesy, and obviously no one under 21 is allowed to drink (minors: don't even try. Don't ruin it for everyone by risking getting the V in trouble).

Photos from the V
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Live Entertainment
Much like the Beacon Theatre in New York City, the Appolo theatre in Harlem, the Orpheum in Boston, the Whiskey-A-Go-Go in Los Angeles, and Woodstock in upsate New York, the VFW in Randolph has been home to some of the best live musical performances, from some of the greatest singers ever to step foot on a stage.

Here are some samples:





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August 20, 2010.
The Randolph Oiler Orchestra, featuring: Motor Mouth, Ryan, Brick, DooDoo Bug, Ike, and IllWill.


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July 2008
Although by no means was he a rookie, John Carman showed what a great sport and fun loving guy he was by participating un the 2008 Rookie Idol. John won the contest that year hands-down, putting one of the legendary performances the VFW has ever seen.
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