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Pique to Valley Listings Sept. 17-23

This week's entertainment listings


Friday, Sept. 17


What: Family Trees of Whistler Black Bears

Where: MY (Millennium) Place

Multi-media talk by Whistler black bear researcher Michael Allen. Presentations at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Tickets: $9 adults/$5 kids. Ph: 604-935-8410.

What: Fun Festival Fridays

Where: Crab Shack

Bring your instruments for the live open mic jam or bring the house down with a karaoke tune. Hosted by local DJ Steve Jiu.

Who: Lyndon Davies

Where: Fifty-Two 80 Bistro & Bar

Jazzy vocals accompanied by piano and guitar. At the cocktail hour and again in the evening after 9:30 p.m.

What: Rob Funk Fridays

Where: Black’s Pub

Easy-going rock tunes with the versatile local musician and guests.

Who: Mike Weterings

Where: Crystal Lounge

Acoustic rock tunes inspired by African world beat music.

Who: Bowen Boys

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

Fiddle-driven Celtic pub favourites with locals Rob Thompson and Cam Salay.

Who: Cameron Chu with Bobby Taylor

Where: The Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar

Motown recording artist joins the Bistro’s piano man for a night of old-time soul and R&B.

Who: Michael Sicoly

Where: Mallard Lounge

Singer/guitarist/piano man plays all the crowd pleasers at the cocktail hour (4-6 p.m.) and again in the evening after 9 p.m.

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

This is not the ballet your mother told you about. Babes get naked on stage and shake their booty for the boys (and girls) that like to watch.

Who: Chick ’n Pyjammas

Where: Pemberton Hotel

Classic rock.


What: Hip-hop Fridays

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Hip-hop and R&B hits with DJ Rob Banks. Doors at 10 p.m.

Who: DJ Peace Frog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

Mainstream dance floor faves to kick off the weekend. Doors at 8 p.m.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

Top 40 hip-hop and R&B in the red lounge and down below. Doors at 9 p.m.


Where: Moe Joe’s

Good time party tunes. Doors at 9 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 18


Who: Brian Highley

Where: Crab Shack

Vancouver guitar player with an eclectic repertoire.

Who: Michael Sicoly

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