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Aug. 16-22

Friday, Aug. 16


Who: Cuban Fire

Where: Kypriaki Norte

Live Cuban music every Friday and Saturday, flamenco guitar and a true Latino feel.

Who: Cameron Chu

Where: Bearfoot Bistro

Contemporary jazz from Chu, evening times vary weekly, call the Bistro for details. Casual and conversational-level jazz.

Who: Blue Steel

Where: Crystal Lounge

From Jo Cairns and Sandor G. arrives a new band, Blue Steel, featuring funky tunes and "looping madness" too. See article.

Who: Bowen Boys

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

The duo gets the pub rockin’ tonight.

Who: Jay Brown and the White Guy

Where: Merlin’s

Live tunes tonight and every other Friday from the band, ballads to faster moving songs.

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

Live adult entertainment, Fridays at the Boot Pub.


What: Fresh Fridays with 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: Superfunk with DJ Keph

Where: Maxx Fish

Whistler’s rising star DJ Keph is back scratching with the power of Thor’s hammer.

What: Passion Fridays with DJ Erin

Where: Tommy Africa’s

"Passion" with Whistler’s number one voted DJ Erin, playing an electrifying blend of sexy, funky house. Come see Tommy’s favourite go-go dancers groove the night away.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

A mix of Top 40 tonight and Saturday.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

Peacefrog with familiar tunes from the latest Top 40 charts.


Where: Citta’

Looking for someone? Citta’s central attracts locals and visitors as traditionally the best people watching spot in Village Square. Enjoy a variety of pints on tap and chat about the ball game. Open for lunch; low key candlelight dining upstairs into the summer evening.

Where: The Brew House

Brew House 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.