Weekday listings 

Monday, June 25

IN THE FLESH

Who : Swollen Members

Where : Garfinkel’s

If you missed these Juno Award-winning rappers during the WSSF, here’s your chance to be part of the experience. Swollen Members kicks off Garf’s new Monday hip hop night. The Moose may never be the same! See article.

Who : Kibwe and Friends

Where : MY Place

When : 8 p.m.

Hot African rhythms with a cosmopolitan feel.

Who : Gigglebush

Where: The Boot

It’s a whole lot of rhythm and groove that will have your feet laughing.

CLUBS AND DJs

What : ESCAPE

Who : DJ Malcolm Charles

Where : Savage Beagle

Trinity Productions presents DJ Malcolm Charles, the official DJ of ClubVibes.com. His beats are the stuff house music dreams are made of: amazing, complex transitions that leave you in awe at the moment the heavy bass drops.

What : Magnum Opus Monday’s

Where : Tommy Africa’s

Eight years and running! It’s the locals’ favourite spot for a Donna Summer and Duran Duran fix.

Who : DJ Peace Frog

Where : Buffalo Bill’s

It’s naked limbo night. Bring your own pole.

Who : DJ Lamb Chops

Where : Moe Joe’s

He’s spinning tunes that’ll make you feel so good, it’s baaa-d!

Tuesday, June 26

LIVE AND LOVING IT

Who : Sea to Sky Singers, Whistler Singers, Moving Chords Youth Show Choir, Whistler Musical Theatre

Where : MY Place

When : 7:30 p.m.

It’s a celebration of the finest young voices in the corridor.

Who : Rob Thompson Duo

Where : Dubh Linn Gate

Always great crowd pleasers with their eclectic mix of Celtic favourites and light rock.

What : Das Boot Ballet

Where : The Boot

See Friday’s listings.

CLUBS AND DJs

What : Turbo Tuesday

Where : Tommy Africa’s

Who : DJ Kori K

Come dance your ass off as this new resident DJ spins bangin’, high energy sets.

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