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Pique to Valley Listings Nov. 22-28

Friday, Nov. 22


What: Snow White

Who: The Whistler Players Theatrical Guild

Where: MY Place

A side-splitting pantomime set in the ’80s. Expect Madonna, Guns ’n’ Roses.

What: Payday Party

Where: Merlin’s

The mountain is almost open for business and Merlin’s famous payday parties are back. Radio Stick play live from 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: The Bowen Boys

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

A fiddler and guitar duo from Bowen Island playing Celtic and Irish music

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

Come let the girls take a load off for you after a busy week at work.


Who: DJ Traxx

Where: Garfinkel’s

Hip hop and dance

Who: Mat the Alien

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Some people come to Whistler just to see this guy play. Spinning funk, hip hop and drum ’n’ bass, the night is guaranteed to get you moving.

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.

What: Free Love Fridays

Who: DJ R3

Where: Maxx Fish

Sex-it-up night with a locals’ love-in hosted by the master of hip hop and Top 40, DJ R3. Zip Trek spreads the love with free passes.


Where: Bearfoot Bistro

Come check out the newly renovated champagne bar. Open seven nights a week from 5 p.m.

Where: Citta’

It may be getting colder, but Citta’ has those long windows and big heaters that makes it still the place to watch the world go by.

Where: The Brew House

Kick back with a locally brewed beer and enjoy a game of pool by the big log fire.

Where: Havana Lounge

Located above Castro’s Cuban Cigar Store, cocoon yourself in large leather chairs to take in special film screenings, estate coffees and decadent desserts. Open Thursday-Sunday nights.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

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

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