Whistler’s Night Clubs
When the sun goes down, Whistler goes into full-tilt party mode and it's time to party like a rock star. The nightlife in Whistler has become almost as famous as the skiing and snowboarding. There's a great reason for that, with everything from world famous DJs to a vibrant live music scene, Whistler has something for all ages and tastes.
A mix of mainstream hits along with much-loved classics will keep you on the dance floor all night! Bill’s attracts a slightly older crowd and features live bands on a regular basis and DJs nightly. There are also pool tables and big-screen TVs. Weekends are usually packed and Bill’s is a favourite for stags and stagettes.
4122 Village Green, across from the Whistler Conference Centre in Whistler Village.
Tommy’s opened in 1988 and the dance floor has been full ever since. Groove to a variety of beats including house, electro, top 40, hip hop, rock, funk and the ever popular 80s retro nights. Go-Go dancers will keep you inspired into the wee hours and watch for the always fun theme nights – Halloween is legendary.
4216 Gateway Drive, beside the taxi loop in Whistler Village.
No trip to Whistler is complete without a night at Garf’s. Between the live concerts and DJs, you will be busting a move for hours. Thursday is locals’ night and Saturdays are always jam packed. Keep an eye on the VIP tables for visiting celebrities and A-listers.
4308 Main Street, right in Whistler Village.
Multi-level dance stages and infamous DJ Mat the Alien are well worth the wait to get in. Acid jazz, hip hop, house, popular dance and live bands all keep the party going.
4232 Village Stroll, right in Whistler Village.
Follow the stairs down beneath Tapley’s Pub and enter the glow-in-the-dark world of Moe Joe’s. Live music and hot DJs get the dance floor rocking for young hipsters with hip hop, metal, reggae, electro and mash ups. Doors open at 9 PM.
4115 Golfers Approach, right in Whistler Village.
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