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Friday, Nov. 1


Who: Todd Butler

Where: MY Place

Satirical songwriter Todd Butler’s hysterically funny and creative brand of social commentary makes him one of the most dynamic and innovative performers in Canada. Show starts at 8 p.m.

Who: Whole Damn County

Where: Moe Joe’s

Whistler’s favourite cover band playing the best rock of the ’90s and today, plus throwing in a few of their own originals along the way.

Who: Murphy’s Lagh

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

The perfect place to enjoy a pint.

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

Adult entertainment all night long.


What: Closed until further notice

Where: Garfinkel’s

The rumours have been flying for a few weeks now, but about all that’s certain is Garf’s is now closed and will reopen sometime soon.

Who: Mat the Alien

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Yes, only two weeks ago, Mat was playing at Garf’s on Fridays. But, Garf’s closed, for how long nobody knows, or wants to say, and you can’t deny the people their music, especially when they play as well at Mat. So, tonight, Tommy’s is where you will find the very talented Mat the Alien.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

Master of the mainstream mix melding magic for the masses.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

Playing Top 40, hip hop and dance.

Who: Free Love Fridays

Where: Maxx Fish

Guest DJs every week and the boys from Ziptrek giving away free passes to the coolest new outdoor activity in Whistler.


Where: Citta’

It may be getting colder, but Citta’ has those lovely long windows so you can sit inside huddled over a special coffee and still watch the world go by.

Where: The Brew House

A little out of the way, down towards Marketplace, but a great place to kick back and enjoy a leisurely game of pool.

Where: Havana Lounge

Located above Castro’s Cuban Cigar Store in the St. Andrew’s Building, check it out for estate coffees and decadent desserts. Open Thursday-Sunday, 5 p.m. to midnight.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

Check out a different side of Whistler down in the newly sidewalked Whistler Creek.

Where: Amsterdam Pub & Café


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