Weekend listings 

Friday, June 29


What : Gilbert & Sullivan and their Heirs

Where : Millennium Place

When : 8 p.m.

This all-ages show features all your favourite G&S favourites with Vancouver Symphony’s popular music director, Bramwell Tovey.

Who : Whole Damn County

Where : Moe Joe’s

These local boys will have you rocking for the long weekend with your favourite hits and a few originals destined to become hits.

Who : Big Up

What : Live Wire Friday

Where : Garfinkel’s

It’s some local reggae and ska for easy groovin’ into the long weekend.

Who : Cameron Chu Jazz Trio

Where : Bearfoot Bistro

Smoky jazz 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 : Michael Sicoly

Where : Mallard Lounge

Michael will keep you entertained with his never-ending lineup on piano and guitar.

Who : Rico and Nico

Where : Kypriaki’s

Enjoy classical Spanish guitar along with your fine food and wine.

What : Das Boot Ballet

Where : The Boot Pub

Lovely ladies in the flesh, and not much else!

Who : Matt Levy

What : Whistler Street Entertainment

Where, When : Village Centre at 1 and 4:30 p.m., Mountain Square at 3:30 p.m.

Family friendly interactive juggler, Matt "Stickman" Levy will delight and involve you with hilarious antics featuring feats of balance, magic, balloon artistry and flying axes, bowling balls and children!

Who : Whistler’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police

What : Whistler Street Entertainment

Where, When : Marketplace at 1:30 p.m., Town Plaza Gazebo at 2:30 p.m., Village Square at 4 p.m., Mountain Square at 5 p.m.

Get out your cameras, there is a Mountie in town! Corporal Dave Smith, a 19-year member with the RCMP, will be riding through the streets of Whistler in full uniform with his horse Justice and dog Moose Jaw.

Who : Stilts Duo

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