Pique to Valley Listings April 4 to 10 

Friday, April 4


What: Best of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Fest

Where: MY Place

The cream of the mountaineering crop of films from the 6 th Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival will be showcased, along with a special slide show from Grand Prize film winner, Dave Sarkany. Show starts at 7 p.m, $9.95 in advance or $13 at the door.

Who: The Hairfarmers

Where: Merlin’s

That’s Guitar Doug and Grateful Greg, two hot and hairy heavyweights on the local music scene to start your weekend right.

Who: WDC

Where: Moe Joe’s

Whistler’s favourite rock ’n’ roll band marks the start of the weekend with some damn fine classic cuts and hot originals. See story.

Who: Gordo

Where: Crystal Lounge

Blues ballads mixed in with ’60s and ’70s rock classics from one of Whistler’s most popular acoustic talents.

Who: Murphy’s Lagh

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

High energy Celtic and Irish rock.

Who: Cameron Chu

Where: The Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar

Old school jazz and R&B tributes with Chu and his piano.

Who: Papa Woody

Where: Pemberton Hotel

Classic Rock.


Who: DJ Buddha

Where: Dusty’s

You beddha get down to see Buddha for some good luck on the slopes this weekend. Turntable treats will be available all night long.

What: Strange Tango

Where: The Garibaldi Lift Co.

The sophisticated sounds of boudoir music by DJ Keph. Nu jazz, deep funk, Brazilectro and a touch of class.

What: Take The Bend Out

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Special guest DJ Kilocee from Vancouver brings you hip hop, funky mixes and drum ’n’ bass. Your host Ty-C will take to the mic.

Who: Free Love Fridays

Where: Maxx Fish

Hip hop, R&B and Top 40 is on the menu tonight, served up by DJ Dizzy.

Who: DJ Peace Frog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

It’s the right night to get out and shake it at this Friday night frenzy.

Who: DJ R3

Where: Garfinkel’s

Dance the night away to a mix of hip hop and R&B classics.

Saturday, April 5


Who: Joe Trio

Where: MY Place

This violin-cello-piano trio of seasoned performers from the orchestra world will play everything from Haydn and Shostakovich through to contemporary rock and jazz tunes.


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