Whistler Entertainment

The whistling city of Canada


Buffalo Bills Bar and Grill
4122 Village green, Whistler,
(604) 932-6613
Since 1995 Buffalo Bills has been throwing the best parties and offering the liveliest atmosphere in North America’s #1 resort destination. Mainstream music gelled perfectly with the classics, a huge dance floor that begs you to let your hair down, and an energy that hits you the second you walk in the door!
Tommy Africa’s
4216 Gate Way Drive, Whistler, BC,
(604) 932-6090
Tommy Africas Tommy Africa’s first opened in December 1988, to a full house, and has been a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike for the last 23 years. Tommy’s features many different styles of music ranging from house, electro, top 40, hip hop, rock, drum & bass, breakbeats, funk and the ever popular 80’s retro. The dancefloor is always full.
Moe Joe�s
4115 Golfers Approach, Whistler,
(604) 935-1152

Renowned for hosting some of the best acts in the world, our stage & DJ booth have been graced by several big time heavy hitters, such as Toots and the Maytals, GOB, The Team Canada DJs, Maestro Fresh Wes, DJ Jazzy Jeff, The Sweatshop Union, The Daniel Wesley Band, Guru, Classified, and DJ Skratch Bastid, to name just a few.


Maxx Fish Lounge and Bar
4232 Village Stroll, Whistler, BC,
(604) 932-1904
Bringing you better parties, friendlier staff, and the largest names in Entertainment…. Max Fish is your venue selection for the best times of your Whistler experience!
The Dubh Linn Gate Irish Pub
170-4320 Sundial Crescent, Whistler, BC,
(604) 905-4047
The Dubh Linn Gate is unsurpassed in uniting this exceptional location with authentic Irish pub charm. Opening in May 1998, the “Gate” is decorated to showcase a pictorial journey through Ireland’s culture. It’s the place to have great times, to meet friends, to celebrate your time in Whistler. Over a half a million pints of Guinness later, the Dubh Linn Gate Old Irish Pub has become Whistler’s ultimate après-ski experience. Your trip to Whistler is not complete without a visit to ‘The Gate.’