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All musicians welcome at the new open mic night, with host Randy Phalen.

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

See Friday’s listings.


What: Boogie Café with DJ Czech

Where: Garfinkel’s

First half of the evening, experience downtempo play with a touch of rare groove at this weekly Whistler event. The second half of the evening at Garf’s features uptempo beats and a "nice blend of house."

What: Spare Grooves

Where: Maxx Fish

Mat the Alien and Kilo Cee bring you Whistler’s hip hop every Wednesday. Two DJs, four turntables, incredible ease.

Who: Guest DJs

Where: The Shack

Acid jazz, disco and retro on tap.

Who: Mr. Wilson and Def Dubs

Where: Savage Beagle

Old school hip hop and breaks.

Thursday, Aug. 8


Who: Suzanne Wilson

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

Folk and pop songs, covers and indie originals, from Wilson. She goes solo tonight, a little change from gigs with Vancouver outfit Cherrybomb. Wilson, who has been pursuing music since 1997, made her first appearance at The Gate in Vancouver in 1998, where she released her debut full length CD, Underwater .


Who: DJ Pro

Where: Savage Beagle

Dub roots and dancehall reggae.

Who: VIP with Vinyl Ritchie

What: Beats and Breaks

Where: Maxx Fish

DJ Vinyl Ritchie sets the record straight playing his beats, breaks, and big, sexy funk. Readers of the Georgia Straight voted Scott Arkwell (Vinyl Ritchie) best DJ in B.C. two years in a row. The best music, on the best sound system.

What: Locals’ Night

Where: Garfinkel’s

Still the best locals’ night 10 years running. DJ Erin and DJ Stoli shake things up down below.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

It’s thirst-day at Bill’s; music by Peacefrog.

Who: DJ Dancehall

Where: Savage Beagle

DJ Phroh with dub roots and dancehall reggae.

What: Ladies Night-Tabu

Where: Moe Joe’s

Introducing Tabu, the new bevvie for ladies’ night, for all the ladies out there.

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