Movember brings on more Pemberton Festival ticket sales 

First release sold out in 15 minutes in September

click to enlarge Tickets, tickets A photo from the 2008 Pemberton Festival. More tickets for the new festival go on sale on Friday.
  • Tickets, tickets A photo from the 2008 Pemberton Festival. More tickets for the new festival go on sale on Friday.


Early birds will catch the deals for the Pemberton Music Festival, with a limited number of specially priced tickets going on sale on Friday, Nov. 22 at 10 a.m.

Three-day Early Bird festival passes will be available online at Prices start at $199, plus $89 for a camping or shuttle pass. Camping or shuttle passes are mandatory with all festival tickets. All ticket pricing, including Early Bird, Advance and Regular prices for general admission, VIP or Super VIP tickets can also be found on the website.

The festival takes place from Friday, July 18 to Sunday, July 20. The lineup has not yet been announced.

In September, a limited number of Founders Program tickets for the festival sold out in 15 minutes.

The Early Bird presale will see a portion of the proceeds from the sales going to the Movember Foundation, which is dedicated to funding programs for men's health.

Whistler Museum teams up with WFF

Whistler's snow-sport filmmakers will share stories from their moviemaking exploits thanks to an event at the Whistler Film Festival (WFF) that will mark three decades of filming in the local mountains.

Mountain Film: Celebrating 3 Decades of Whistler's Ski & Snowboard Filmmaking Heritage will include Garry Pendergrasse, Christian Begin, Ace Mackay-Smith, Feet Banks and the team at Switchback Entertainment, including freeskier Mike Douglas.

These world-class ski and snowboard filmmakers will talk about the most iconic moments they've captured on film, giving a unique insight into how and why the cameras keep on rolling.

The event teams up WFF with the Whistler Museum and Archives, which is hosting the evening on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 4333 Main Street. Tickets are $10.

Potter holds kiln 'sneak preview'

Vincent Massey Pottery is holding a "sneak preview" kiln opening on Saturday, Nov. 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Massey said he has been working on new designs that will be revealed at the kiln opening.

Vincent Massey Pottery will also have a booth at the upcoming Bizarre Bazaar Craft Fair at the Whistler Conference Centre on Saturday, Nov. 30 and Sunday Dec. 1.

The day is open to the public at 8605 Forest Ridge Drive in Whistler.

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