LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS
What: LUNAFliks Everything Thursday night LUNA hosts indie films under the stars at dusk. Grab a blanket, picnic and friends and head out to this favourite local pastime. DJ FSU tables ragga beats at 9 p.m. with the film following at dusk (10 p.m.ish). Tickets $5/$3. WAVE bus leaves starting at 9 p.m. at the bus loop up from ? Skier’s Plaza for $.50. This week’s movie is The Devil’s Backbone.
Where: Lost Lake Park
Who: Cameron Chu Laid back jazz and classic sets from Whistler’s most talented piano man.
Where: Bearfoot Bistro
Who: Acha Beltram Spanish baritone returns from San Jose del Cabo, Mexico for strumming summer engagement. Music 6-10 p.m.
Where: Morgan’s at Creekside
Who: Kostaman Feel the reggae love with Kostaman and The Vibrations with DJ Proh on deck. Free entry before 11 p.m. The local troupe is always looking for opening acts. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where: Moe Joe’s
Who: Melanie Dekker Jazzy pop tunes with the Vancouver-based singer/songwriter from 5-7 p.m. & 9 p.m. to midnight.
Where: Mallard Lounge at Fairmont
What: Open Mic The Boot Pub house band Gnar Boots returns with ever popular open mic night starting at 9 p.m.
Who: Guitar Doug The man, the hair, the legend. Doug strums tunes worth a toast of your pint.
Where: Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub
CLUBS AND DJs
What: Party Beats Freshest house music every Thursday. This week DJ Chris Lake dishes out chunky breaks with electro as well as his smash club hits Change and One Too Many. Support sets from JT and Mike Grefner. Tickets $7 at Hub Creekside. Doors 9:30 p.m.
Where: Tommy Africa’s
What: Happy Thursday Snowboard.com presents Whistler’s hottest talent on the decks; snowboard and turntable alike. DJ R3 dishes out popular local’s night.
LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS
Who: The Bowen Boys Toe tapping favorites and Celtic traditional tunes with Rob Thompson and guests.
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