Nightlife Listings 

Week of November 9-16, 2006



Who:    Ali Milner Local jazz chanteuse croons out originals and classics. The EMI recording artist is Whistler’s biggest up and coming star. She recently released her self-titled debut album, promoting it on a tour of the Toronto International Film Festival’s hottest parties. Performs from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Where:                  Fifty Two 80 Bistro Bar


Who:    Cameron Chu Live jazz, soul and R&B with Whistler’s most talented piano man.

Where:                  Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar


Who:    Five Alarm Funk Afro-funk band, 15-piece juggernut from Vancouver plays arts extravaganza with food, wine, art, performance art and more. Art Farty Bus leaves free of charge from taxi loop near Moguls. Tickets $30. Doors 9 p.m. Bus runs until 2 a.m.

Where:                  Dusty’s at Creekside


Who:    Reggae Night Hip hop meets reggae with Kostaman and DJ Phroh live. Doors 10 p.m.

Where:                  Moe Joe’s


Who:    Rob Thompson Celtic and originals with the man whose voice is as rich as Guinness.   Show 7 p.m. to   midnight.

Where:                  Dubh Linn Gate Pub


Who:    Al McLean All about acoustics with local guitar man. Snowboard giveaway.

Where:                  Crystal Lounge



What:   Locals Night Get there early. Always a line up for this local favourite night.

Where:                  Garfinkel’s


What:   Thirsty Thursdays DJ Diamond on deck with crowd pleasers from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Where:                  Monk’s Grill





Who:    Rob Thompson Celtic and originals with the man whose voice is as rich as Guinness.   Show 8 p.m. to   midnight.


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