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Local spinster DJ R3 plays a mix of mainly hip hop (Eminem to Swollen Members), with a touch of R&B, every Friday night. Live mixing some nights. Turntabling delights, all the time, every week.

What: Superfunk with DJ Keph

Where: Maxx Fish

Whistler’s rising star, DJ Keph is back scratching with the power of Thor’s hammer during Ninja Tune Friday.

What: Passion Fridays

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Who brings out the passion in you? DJ Erin will titillate your senses with grinding house beats that will shake your booty and bring out the animal in you at Tommy Africa’s. Get the dancing shoes handy for 10 p.m.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

A mix of Top 40 tonight and Saturday.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

Friday summer hours, 7 p.m.-2 a.m., featuring Peacefrog with familiar tunes from the latest Top 40 charts.

Where: Merlin’s

Open Fridays through Mondays from noon. Catch local musicians Jay Brown and the White Guy Aug. 16 and every second Friday following.


Where: Citta’

Looking for someone? Citta’s central attracts locals and visitors as traditionally the best people watching spot in Village Square. Enjoy a variety of pints on tap and chat about the ball game. Open for lunch; low key candlelight dining upstairs into the summer evening.

Where: The Brew House

Brewhouse tunes are always hopping, from morning to night. Outdoor patios make for great people watching in the village. Near all the bars, clubs and shops in between Marketplace and central Village Square.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

Hoz’s is still open during the Lake Placid Road construction extravaganza. Easily accessible by mountain bike, ATV or canoe. Cut through the Creekside dust and sit down for a cool one at Hoz’s.

Where: Amsterdam Pub & Café

A funky place for a pint, a martini, or a meal, overlooking the Village Square. Live music some nights. For an international, younger crowd visit the ’Dam.

Where: Black’s Pub

The warming floor for locals apres-ski. Located at the foot of both village gondolas. With snow-capped peaks and the mountain bike park in the background, enjoy their telescope to bear watch or star gaze. Tasty food, 99 brands of beer in a gilded silver menu, and 40 scotches to keep you reminiscing.

Where: Tapley’s Neighbourhood Pub

Casual atmosphere for warm conversation and cold beer. Bar staff operate a not-too-loud sound system of rock and roll numbers and the outdoor patio gives patrons the best air in the world.

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