Weekend Entertainment Listings 

Friday, June 1

ON STAGE

Who : Lester Quitzau

Where : Maxx Fish

The Fish takes a break from the vinyl to feature some Grade A Alberta blues. Live! This 11-year veteran is joined by two fresh musicians, creating their own style of electric blues. See article.

Who : Cameron Chu Jazz Trio featuring Lee Aaron

Where : Bearfoot Bistro

Smoky vocals and good wine. What better way to while away your evening?

Who : Suzanne Wilson

Where : Dubh Linn Gate

A return engagement of this popular Whistler performer, singing upbeat contemporary favourites.

Who : Groove Junkies

Where : Crystal Lounge

Two guys, two guitars. Lots of funky covers and groovy originals.

What : Das Boot Ballet

Where : The Boot Pub

Lovely ladies in the flesh, and not much else.

CLUBS AND DJs

Who : DJ Chris Viner

Where : Tommy Africa’s

Get saucy on the dance floor with Latin-influenced production and pumpin’ percussion.

Who : DJ Rabid

Where : Savage Beagle

Open-toed sandals meets baggy jeans… a mix of people and music to keep you entertained all night.

Who : DJ Miguel Sanchez

Where : Garfinkel’s

Catering to locals and visitors alike with the right mix of Top 40, alternative rock and dance.

Who : DJ Tone Ballone

Where : Moe Joe’s

The village may be quiet, but this dance floor is rockin’! A mix of your favourite tunes to bring you out of hibernation.

Who : DJ Rich

Where : Buffalo Bill’s

The joint will be rockin’ with all the best Top 40 and retro music. Get there early to avoid lineups.

PUBS & PATIOS

Where: Citta’

Located in the centre of the action, it’s the top spot for people watching. Stay warm under the patio heaters or relax upstairs in the pool room.

Where: Tapley’s Neighbourhood Pub

Casual atmosphere for warm conversation and cold beer. Bar staff operate a not-too-loud sound system of rock and roll numbers and the outdoor patio gives patrons the best of all worlds.

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