Pique to Valley Listings Sept. 12-18 

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Where: Black’s Pub

Black’s has an almighty new patio overlooking the bottom of the bike park, and now’s the time to break it in.

Where: Tapley’s Neighbourhood Pub

Is exactly that, neighbourly, with some of the best value pub food in Whistler, plus big screen sports, keno, and darts.

Where: The Longhorn Saloon

This prime-positioned patio was voted best aprés bar in Whistler. Indoors or outdoors, playing pool or picking at plates of nibblies, it’s got something for everyone.

Where: BBK’s Pub

A small but friendly pub nestled in the bosom of Blackcomb in the Glacier Lodge. Good eats and delectable drinks plus a unique photo exhibit.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

In funky Creekside, enjoy a Whistler original with an excellent patio for watching the sun set.

Sunday, Sept. 14

LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS

What: Farmers Market

Where: Upper Village at Blackcomb

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., get fresh produce, great berries, groovy arts and crafts.

Who: Rob Funk

Where: Second Cup

Funk plays chill tunes on weekend afternoons for those who want to sit and sip their coffee.

What: Wing night featuring WDC

Where: Crabshack

High energy rock band plus cheap chicken wings equals good times all around.

What: Punk Night featuring

Who: All State Champions with The Worst

Where: Boot Pub

Skaters and anti-clubbers join with imports from Vancouver’s indie punk scene to take back the night.

What: Open Mic night

Where: Crystal Lounge

Humble shower singers and basement guitar gods take to the stage for a casual evening of untapped talent.

CLUBS AND DJS

What: Soul Kitchen

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Old school night with Vancouver’s DJ Czech, the man that got the Kitchen cooking, throwing down Vintage House. Granddaddy of Whistler club nights at 10 years and counting.

Who: DJ Rich

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

Relaxed, rested and ready to party? It’s Saturday night all over again.

Monday, Sept. 15

LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS

What: Monday madness with Doundounba

Where: Boot Pub

Six-man band plays up-beat West African jams that’ll have the whole place dancing. See Story.

Who: The Crowley Band

Where: Garfinkel’s

Come to the dark side. Menacing metal from local maniacs will blow your eardrums and your mind. Tickets at the door.

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