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Nightlife Listings April 7-14

Taken from Pique Newsmagazine entertainment section.
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Thursday,
April07
LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS
What: Hot Dog The Movie Party
5th annual memorial night for the late Brett Carlson. Hot Dog retro ski movie theme complete with wet T-shirt contest. Tunes by Juiced Newton and Mr. Fister. Tickets $15. Fundraiser for backcountry hut building & Zero Ceiling Society.
Where: Garibaldi Lift Co. (GLC)
Who: Dave Crowley
Local rock ruler tones it down.
Where: Crab Shack
Who: Susan Holden
Rootsy guitar folk-rock with the local gal and former Tuned Woman.
Where: Crystal Lounge
Who: Cameron Chu
Live jazz, soul and R&B with the house piano man and guests.
Where: Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar
Who: Michael Sicoly
Singer-guitar player-piano man plays all the crowd pleasers. 4:30-6:30 p.m. and 9p.m.-midnight.
Where: Mallard Lounge
Who: Guitar Doug
Legendary local throws a little Celtic flavour in with his rock ’n’ roll classic covers. Après and evening sets.
Where: Dubh Linn Gate Pub
What: Das Boot Ballet
This is not the ballet your mother told you about. Naked babes shakin’ it four nights a week.
Where: Boot Pub

CLUBS AND DJs
What: Cowgirls Inc.
The honky-tonk hotties have a new night! Line dancing instruction and Coyote Ugly-style antics. Yee-ha!
Where: Moe Joe’s
What: Ladies Night
Girls get in free.
Where: Buffalo Bill’s
Who: Kid Kenobi
Superstar Aussie breaks DJ in Whistler. Opening sets by DJs Garth and Noel Boogie. Tickets: $15 in advance from SnoMotion. Doors at 9:30.
Where: Tommy Africa’s
What: Locals Night
Popular party night with DJ Trix and friends.
Where: Garfinkel’s
What: Over-Flo Thursdays
Hip-hop and top-40 with DJ Derek.
Where: Savage Beagle
What: The Main Event
Dancehall and funky beats with DJ Skinny and the crew.
Where: Down Under

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