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Friday, July 26

Who: Murphy’s Lagh

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

Celtic songs, music and merriment tonight at the Gate with the Murphy’s Lagh, who keep things cheery as the Guinness flows. Live music nestled at the bottom of Whistler-Blackcomb, Village-side.

Who: Suzanne Wilson

Where: Crystal Lounge

Cherrybomb’s Suzanne Wilson plays solo indie faves, tonight and Saturday. Wilson performs gigs locally and at Vancouver venues with the band, playing the Backstage Lounge at Granville Island this past week.

Who: Cameron Chu

Where: Bearfoot Bistro

Jazz music on piano from contemporary artist Chu, who plays nightly. Always a favourite inside the Bearfoot Bistro for casual diners and audiences enjoying a Friday evening cocktail. Conversational volume level, a smooth treat.

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

Strippers take it all off, for your eyes only at Das Boot Ballet. A post-work gathering for some.


What: Fresh Fridays featuring resident DJ R3

Where: Garfinkel’s

Local spinster DJ R3 plays a mix of mainly hip hop (Eminem to Swollen Members), with a touch of R&B, every Friday night. Live mixing some nights. Turntabling delights, all the time, every week.

What: Super funk with DJ Keph

Where: Maxx Fish

Whistler’s rising star, DJ Keph is back scratching with the power of Thor’s hammer during Ninja Tune Friday.

Who: DJ Little T

What: She’s On Fire

Where: Tommy Africa’s

The West Coast’s favourite gal, DJ Little T plays sexy soulful house tonight, with hard banging electro. A one-time appearance. DJ Erin returns with Passion next week.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

A mix of Top 40 tonight and Saturday.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

Friday summer hours, 7 p.m.-2 a.m., featuring Peacefrog with familiar tunes from the latest Top 40 charts.

Where: Merlin’s

Open summer hours, Fridays through Mondays from noon, featuring local musicians Jay Brown and the White Guy on Aug. 2 and every second Friday following.


Where: The Brew House

Brewhouse tunes are always hopping, from morning to night. Outdoor patios make for great people watching in the village. Near all the bars, clubs and shops in between Marketplace and central Village Square.

Where: Hoz’s Pub

Hoz’s is still open during the Lake Placid Road construction extravaganza. Easily accessible by mountain bike, ATV or canoe. Cut through the Creekside dust and sit down for a cool one at Hoz’s.

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