Nightlife Listings 

Week of April 5-12, 2007

Thursday, April5

LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS         

Who:Cameron Chu Laid back jazz and classic sets from Whistler’s most talented piano man.

Where:Bearfoot Bistro

 

Who:Ali Milner   Local jazz chanteuse croons out originals and classics on grand piano. The EMI recording artist is Whistler’s biggest up and coming star. She recently released her self-titled debut album, and just returned from attending the Juno Awards. Show from 4-7 p.m.

Where: Fifty Two 80 Bistro Bar

 

What: Reggae Beach Party Kostaman and The Vibrations shell out   plenty of live reggae grooves to go around along with spinning from DJ Phroh. Always looking for opening acts. Contact kostamanwhistler@hotmail.com.

Where: Moe Joe’s

 

Who: DJ Buddha   Local favourite day and inght with après set and open mic in evening.

Where: Merlin’s

 

Who: Dr Dave   Local acoustic junkie strums out a funky laid back vibe from 9 p.m. to midnight.

Where: Crystal Lounge

 

What: Comedy Night   Internationally renowned comedians Charlie Viracola and Bethany Pagliolo raise funds for the Canadian Avalanche Centre. Doors 8:30 p.m. Tickets $25.

Where: Garibaldi Lift Company (GLC)

 

Who: The Bowen Boys Toe tapping favourites and Celtic traditional tunes with Rob Thompson and guests from 3:30-5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. to midnight.

Where: Dubh Linn Gate Pub

 

CLUBS AND DJs

Who: DJ Mike Grefner & JT DJs Mike Grefner and JT lay down fat funky house and chunky electro Party Beats is famous for.

Where: Tommy Africa’s

 

What: Liquid Lounge Sexy downtempo groove with DJ Select-R-Us. Get there early. Always a line up for this local favourite night.

Where: Garfinkel’s

 

What: Overflow DJ Rosco spins dance hall, hip hop and Top 40. Girls don’t pay cover.

Where: Savage Beagle

 

What: Grub and Groove Night   DJ Miguel Sanchez spins for wings night.

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