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Who: Jump Off Fridays
Frontline Entertainment’s non-jiggy club night: hip-hop, funk, and dancehall with local and VanCity DJs.
Where: Savage Beagle
What: Hip-Hop Fridays
Hip-hop and electro with DJ Rob Banks. New weekly pool tourney all summer. Doors at 9:30 p.m.
Where: Tommy Africa’s
Who: DJ Peacefrog
A mainstream Canada Day mix that gets the dance floor going.
Where: Buffalo Bill’s
What: VIP Fridays
Hip-hop club bangers and dancehall grinders with DJ Rosco.
Where: Garfinkel’s
Who: DJ McKeeman
Hip-hop, funk, rock & RnB on Whistler’s biggest patio.
Where: Longhorn Saloon

What: Reggae Saturday
Local reggae collective Kostaman & The Mighty Backhoes and DJ Phroh play the Creekside Chinese eatery.
Where: Joey Chan’s
Who: Josh Suhrheinrich
Solo jazz guitar in the evening. Ph: 604-905-0200.
Where: Apres Restaurant & Wine Bar
Who: Cold Snap
Local jam rockers take the stage for Saturday Night Live. Acoustic duo The Hairfarmers play the patio in the afternoon.
Where: Dusty’s
Who: Guitar Doug
Local legend plays all your acoustic rock favourites. 8 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Dubh Linn Gate Pub
Who: Josh & Dave’s Funky Patio
Bob Marley, Steely Dan, Phish and more with guitar players Josh Suhrheinrich and Dave McPeake. 11a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Citta’s
Who: Living Room
Acoustic reggae ‘Glacier Groove’ with the local band.
Where: Crystal Lounge
Who: Trish Jamieson
Acoustic rock, folk and country cool tunes with the Pemberton gal. 9 p.m.-midnight.
Where: Mallard Lounge
Who: Wes Mackey
Old-time authentic South Carolina blues. 6-8 p.m. in the courtyard, 10 p.m.-midnight in the bar.
Where: Fifty-Two 80 Bistro and Bar
Who: Rock & Gems
Rock ’n’ roll covers with Randy Phelan and Gemma Turner on the Upper Village patio (weather permitting) 1-5 p.m.
Where: Ciao Thyme Bistro
Who: Cameron Chu
Live jazz, soul and R&B with the house piano man and guests.
Where: Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar
Wh0: Blind Pigeon
Classic rock.
Where: Pemberton Hotel

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