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Where: Hoz’s Pub

Hoz’s has survived the Lake Placid Road construction extravaganza and is readily accessible once again. Just follow the fresh black top in Creekside. Enjoy a cool one at Hoz’s.

Where: Amsterdam Pub & Café

A funky place for a pint, a martini, or a meal, overlooking the Village Square. Live music some nights. For an international, younger crowd visit the ’Dam.

Where: Merlin’s

Open Fridays through Sundays, Merlin’s has a view of Blackcomb Mountain and the buzz of mountain staffers. Patio and occasional live music at the half-moon stage. Two levels, loads of seating.

Where: Black’s Pub

The warming floor for locals apres-ski. Located at the foot of both village gondolas. With snow-capped peaks and the mountain bike park in the background, enjoy their telescope to bear watch or star gaze. Tasty food, 99 brands of beer in a gilded silver menu, and 40 scotches to keep you reminiscing.

Where: Tapley’s Neighbourhood Pub

Casual atmosphere for warm conversation and cold beer. Bar staff operate a not-too-loud sound system of rock and roll numbers and the outdoor patio gives patrons the best air in the world.

Saturday, Sept. 21

MUSICAL LATTES

Who: Rob Funk

Where: Second Cup

Today and Sunday afternoon, Rob Funk plays solo on guitar and piano from noon hour onwards.

Who: Gordo

Where: Crystal Lounge

Live tunes from Pemberton musician Gord Rutherford, on guitar at the Lounge tonight with an upbeat show. Rock ’n’ roll songs too.

Who: Murphy’s Lagh

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

See Friday’s listings.

CLUBS AND DJS

Who: Superfunk with DJ Keph

Where: Maxx Fish

DJ Keph is the master of the dance floor and Saturday night belongs to him. Blasting all of his uber-sexy funk, R&B, dance, and hip hop, "this boy’ll spin yer ass into the ground."

Who: DJ Stoli

Where: Garfinkel’s

Stoli with funky tunes.

Who: DJ Peacefrog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

A busy dance floor with great music – arrive early.

Who: DJ Milton

What: Off the Hook

Where: Tommy Africa’s

Whistler legend, DJ Milton (Easy Groove Productions) is a "scintillating master of the tables," spinning Tribal Tech House Music. "Since Milton has come back to Tommy’s we have seen a dramatic change in our early clientele staying late into the night to catch his entire evening’s repertoire," adds management.

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