Friday, May 31
THE WORLD STRUMMING
Who: Cameron Chu
Where: Bearfoot Bistro
Nightly jazz from piano man Cameron Chu. Conversation-friendly volume in a stylish venue.
Who: Rob Thompson
Where: Crystal Lounge
Live solo ballads, with guitar sounds at in the comfy seats of the lounge. Great background music for Friday night convo and catch-up.
What: Das Boot Ballet
Where: Boot Pub
Live adult entertainment at the Boot.
Who: Murphys Lagh
Where: Dubh Linn Gate
Folk songs from Murphys Lagh, merriment entertainment at Dubh Linn Gate.
Who: Bob Funk
Where: Pemberton Legion
Live tunes at the legion from singer Rob Funk with band Bob Funk.
CLUBS AND DJS
What: Fresh Fridays with R3
DJ R3 spins his favourites so you can cut a rug.
What: Ninja Tune Friday
Who: DJ Craig
Where: Maxx Fish
The revenge of DJ Craig a.k.a. C the Selecta takes over in full CIRCA fashion.
Who: DJ Peace Frog
Where: Buffalo Bills
Tunes from Peace Frog, and no cover for ladies.
Who: Def Star Dub
Where: Savage Beagle
A mix of house, hip hop and Top 40 tonight and Saturday.
PUBS & PATIOS
Where: The Brew House
Brewhouse tunes are always hopping from morning to night. Outdoor patios make for great people watching in the village, alongside pitchers or specialty coffees. A hop, skip and a jump from all the bars, clubs and shops in between marketplace and central Village Square.
Where: Hozs Pub
Down to earth pub but still in that Whistler style. Just a hop, skip and a jump over the roadwork from that brisk walk on the Valley Trail in Whistler Creekside.
Cittas central stage in Village Square attracts locals, patio-side, and visitors too. Best people watching spot to enjoy a variety of pints on tap. Open for lunch, low key candlelight dining upstairs into the summer evening.
Where: Amsterdam Pub & Café
Wooden interiors and all kinds of eye-candy décor make for a funky apres-pint or meal, at the Village Square. Patio too, with live music some nights. For an international, younger crowd visit the Dam.
Where: Blacks Pub
The warming floor for locals apres-ski. Located at the foot of both village gondolas. With snowcapped peaks and the downhill bike course in summer, enjoy their telescope to bear watch or star gaze. Tasty food, 99 brands of beer in a gilded silver menu, and 40 scotches to keep you reminiscing.
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