The week long festival (May 6-12) brings you live music and a bevvie of specials, including the WAG fundraiser evening opening night May 6.
Nanaimos up and coming singer-songwriter Allison Crowe will grace the Shack once again with her strong vocals in the Allison Crowe Trio. Since her previous Whistler appearance at this venue Crowe has gone on to record with her trio, play the World Ski and Snowboard Festival 2002, and be picked up by musician Jewel on her "new artists" section of her web site.
Not bad for four months, and time will tell just how far shell go.
All hail Caesar on May 7 as a local panel of judges sip the Clamoatoey concoction to determine the best Caesar in town for the fifth year in a row.
The Dave Crowley Band brings you triumphant covers from Black Sabbath, Slayer and more to get your adrenaline pumping for mountain bike season and summer action on May 7.
Blue jean, babe: the Nearly Neil tribute to ladykiller legend Neil Diamond brings you faves from the star, complete with sideburns and open neck shirts with really big collars on May 8. Tickets are $8.
Calgarys Wil Mimnaugh plays a final solo show ripping it up with Stevie Ray covers andanything rock n roll on acoustic guitar. Mimnaugh is currently forming a band and recording a new demo.
Thor and the Thundercats belt it at the mic on May 10 alongside Mimnaugh. Then, on May11 they take the stage to themselves for a repeat performance.
The Whole Damn County play orginals and Pearl Jam ballads on May 12.