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Friday, June 7
GREETED BY BEATS
Who: Suzanne Wilson
Where: Crystal Lounge
Acoustic guitarist plays covers from Alanis to Jewel, originals too, tonight and tomorrow night. Her subtle songs blend with the Lounge atmosphere: casual and funky at the same time.
Who: Bowen Boys
Where: Dubh Linn Gate
Live music still alive and well in Whistler! East Coast and Celtic music featuring the music of Moritz Behm and Rob Thompson, with their fiddle and guitar sounds rocking the house amid pints of Guinness.
Who: Cameron Chu
Where: Bearfoot Bistro
Nightly jazz from piano man Cameron Chu. Conversation-friendly volume in a stylish venue.
What: 10th Annual Star Search
Where: 7 p.m., Eagle Eye Community Centre
A presentation of the Howe Sound Performing Arts Association, the annual contest is open to performers living in the sea to sky corridor, ages 13-21, who will perform a clearly defined song with their accompanist or backup tracks. The contest features dancers, singers and novelty acts.
What: Das Boot Ballet
Where: Boot Pub
Adult entertainment by ladies, for men.
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.
What: Passion Fridays
Where: Tommy Africas
Whistlers own DJ Erin continues through the summer and keeps grooving all night long with an incredibly delicious sound of funky vocal house, including UK remixes.
Who: DJ Peace Frog
Where: Buffalo Bills
Tunes from Peace Frog, and no cover for ladies.
Who: DJ Derek
Where: Savage Beagle
A mix of 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. Near 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.
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