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It’s the hottest entertainment event of the WSSF. An all-nite party with a theme to tickle your childish fancies. Tickets at Bestsellers.

What : Creekside Retro Party

Who: DJ Trix

Where : Dusty’s

It’s the last Friday of the season for Dusty’s and they’re going out in style… ’70s style that is. Wear your old and groovy duds and win.

Who : DJ Chris Viner

Where : Tommy Africa’s

Get saucy on the dance floor. It’s a deep house night with Latin influence. A surprise guest will be joining Chris for a warm up to the night’s festivities, sure to make you shake yo thang in the underground tiki jungle.

Who : DJ Little T

Where : Maxx Fish

Little T is your resident Friday night host with a great lineup of funky house.

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 Peace Frog

Where : Buffalo Bill’s

Friday nite at Whistler’s busiest bar. The joint will be rockin’ with Top 40 and retro tunes. Get there early to avoid the lineup.

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 both worlds.

Where: The BrewHouse

For a big place, it sure has a cosy atmosphere. Great bar food and drinks, as well as a big screen TV – all the comforts of home minus the remote control. The bar staff also pump out classic rock and top 40 from the sound system.

Where: Amsterdam Café

This little spot in the village has it all – music, food and drinks – day and night. Great place to spot for watching the local colour.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

Down to earth pub but still in that Whistler style. Just a hop, skip and a jump from that brisk walk on the Valley Trail in Whistler Creekside.

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