Friday, May 10
ZEUS-LIKE MUSIC BOLTS
Who: She Stole My Beer
Where: Buffalo Bills
Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead and originals from long time Whistler favourites. Theyre back at Bills Saturday too.
Who: Wil Mimnaugh with Thor and the Thundercats
Where: The Shack
Part of the Spring Music Festival at The Shack, this is one of Mimnaughs last shows before its band time.
Who: Bowen Boys
Where: Dubh Linn Gate
Mortiz Behm and Rob Thompson provide this evenings Celtic revelry.
Who: Leanne Lamoureux
Where: Crystal Lounge
One of her last solo shows before heading east to the Maritimes.
Who: Cameron Chu
Where: Bearfoot Bistro
Seven nights a week, live jazz at the piano bar from Cameron Chu.
Who: Whole Damn County
Where: Moe Joes
Whistlers favourite cover band rocks you tonight!
What: Das Boot Ballet
Where: Boot Pub
Adult entertainment from adult women.
CLUBS AND DJS
What: Fresh Fridays with R3
DJ R3 spins his favourites so you can cut a rug.
What: Double Ought Buck
Where: Maxx Fish
Double Ought Buck with dj brokenarrow at Maxx Fish. Brokenarrows farewell for the season as he blasts for the beach. Classic and new beats in a dancing frenzy.
Who: Passion Fridays
Where: Tommy Africas
Whistlers own DJ Erin continues through the summer and keeps grooving all night long with an incredibly delicious mix of funky vocal house including UK re-mixes.
PUBS & PATIOS
Where: The Brew House
Brewhouse tunes are always hopping from morning to night. A pool table and fireside comfy chairs, alongside full restaurant set up, make for a great meeting spot.
Where: Hozs 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.
Cittas central stage in Village Square attracts locals, patio-side, and visitors too. Best people watching spot to enjoy a variety of pints on tap. Open for lunch.
Where: Amsterdam Pub & Café
Wooden interiors and all kinds of eye-candy décor make for a funky apres-pint or meal, at the Village Square. Patio too, with live music some nights. For an international, younger crowd visit the Dam.
Where: Blacks Pub