After a long day on the slopes, Whistler offers a broad variety of entertainment options, ranging from cinemas and activities for the young to bars, pubs and live music running until the small hours of the morning.
Whistler’s nightlife is legendary and the clubs rock until the early hours seven days a week. Footsteps from the hills, mountain views and ample patio space are characteristics of Whistler’s favorite après spots. Typically, there’s live mu
sic and plenty of people when the lifts close. Whether its location, food, music or atmosphere that you value most, there are plenty of great places to unwind in style. there are plenty of cool bars and clubs to choose from in Whistler with live music and DJs spinning tunes on the decks to suit all styles of party people and all musical tastes.
Theater and Music
Maurice Young Millennium Place is Whistler’s 2,090 square meters all round gathering place that hosts music concerts, film premieres, theater, seminars and much more.
Whistler Theatre Project (WTP) is a groundbreaking new venture that will bring professional summer theater to the residents and visitors of Whistler in 2006, with its classical, musical and contemporary repertoire. WTP was created to entertain, enlighten, inspire and bring audiences the magic of theater through a unique and memorable outdoor experience. All productions will be staged outdoors, under an open backed tent.
The town is also home to some excellent musical talent and it brings in some of the country’s top musicians for entertainment. The 20-something crowd and the slightly older crowd happily co-exist on crowded dance floors at the bars in Village Square and Village North. DJs here spin everything from 1980s classics to house beats to big-band swing. The live music scene is equally vibrant, highlighted each summer by the Whistler Arts and Music Festival.