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What: Jungle and Breaks

Where: Tommy Africa’s

The only night in Whistler with drum and bass, jungle and breaks. Sometimes all on the same night. Sometimes not.

What: Disco Night

Where: Moe Joe’s

And the crazy thing is, apparently disco wasn’t all that huge for all that long in the ’70s. It’s enjoyed more popularity in the last decade than it ever did way back then.

Who: DJ Seanski

Where: The Savage Beagle

Seanski’s the real deal.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

See Friday’s listings.

Wednesday, Nov. 6

LIVE MUSIC

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

Women get naked on stage. Men stand around watching.

What: Wes

Where: The Crabshack.

Live music from one of Whistler’s best.

Who: The Bowen Boys

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

Island sounds in the hall of Celtic music.

CLUBS AND DJS

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

The Master of Mainstream returns.

What: Spare Grooves

Where: Maxx Fish

Mat the Alien and Kilo Cee playing hip hop on four turntables with special guest MCs every week. A busy night for locals, watch out for the snowboarders. And their hangers on.

Who: DJ Def Dubs

Where: Savage Beagle

Old school hip hop and breaks.

What: Locals’ night

Where: Moe Joe’s

The real deal for locals tonight, ‘cos there’s a lot of fake deals out there.

Thursday, Nov. 7

LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS

What: WAG dinner and fundraiser

Who: Nearly Neil

Where: The Crabshack

Dry your eyes, because even if you’re forever in blue jeans, girl you’ll be a woman soon. He ain’t heavy, he’s Nearly Neil, if you know what I mean. It may be a lonely looking sky but even when love is on the rocks, drink red, red wine until it’s time for you to go and thank the lord for the nighttime. ‘Cos the nighttime is when the show starts. 8.30 p.m. to be exact. Enjoy a three course dinner with wine and the show for a mere $30. If you just want to take in the show, it will set you back $10. All profits donated to WAG.

Who: Suzanne Wilson

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

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