Nightlife Listings 

This week's entertainment listings

Thursday, September 22
What: Creekside Skatepark Fundraiser
Punk show featuring Whistler bands Slush and Black Collar Crowd. Mini-ramp session in the bar. Minimum $5 donation, with proceeds to further construction on the Underground skatepark at Franz’s Trail.
Where: Merlin’s
Who: Dub Empire
Boombastic acoustic reggae groove. 6-10 p.m.
Where: Citta’s
Who: Rob Funk
Eclectic mix of covers with the local guitar & keyboard player. 7-11 p.m.
Where: Dubh Linn Gate Pub
What: Reggae Night
Reggae grooves with locals Kostaman & DJ Phroh.
Where: Moe Joe’s
Who: Cameron Chu
Live jazz, soul and R&B with the house piano man and guests.
Where: Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar
Who: The Struggle Brothers
Live acoustic tunes.
Where: Tapley’s Sports Bar

What: Party Beats
Weekly house music night with resident DJ Al Churchill from Birmingham, U.K. Doors at 9:30 p.m.
Where: Tommy Africa’s
What: Locals Night
Popular party night around these parts with local DJs on the decks.
Where: Garfinkel’s

Friday, September23
Who: Rob Funk
Easy-going rock ’n’ roll and eccentric cover tunes. Starting at 9 p.m.
Where: Black’s Pub
Who: Wes Makepeace
Acoustic tunes with the Whistler musician.
Where: SoMo
Who: Living Room
Club Shred Payday Friday party featuring acoustic glacier groove by the local band.
Where: Merlin’s
Who: Murphy’s Lagh
Goodtime Celtic pub tunes. 8 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Dubh Linn Gate Pub
Who: Dr. Dave
Familiar songs and acoustic loops, from rockin’ to mellow, every Friday night.
Where: BBK’s Pub
Who: Double D
Acoustic rockers. 6-10 p.m.
Where: Citta’s
Who: Cameron Chu
Live jazz, soul and R&B with the house piano man and guests.
Where: Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar
What: Das Boot Ballet
This is not the ballet your mother told you about. Naked babes shakin’ it three nights a week.
Where: Boot Pub
Wh0: Big Radio
Static Classic Rock.
Where: Pemberton Hotel


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