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Whistler Events

Each year Whistler plays host to some incredible festivals, concerts and events. Spectators and competitors come from all over the world to witness events such as Crankworx, Ironman and The World Ski and Snowboard Festival to name a few.

There are a large number of local sporting events as well such as the Gran Fondo and Slow Food Cycle. But, it’s not just sporting events that Whistler locals are treated to. There are free concerts, film festivals and screenings, beer festivals and so much more.

During the summer both Pemberton and Squamish also host music festivals that are popular with with residents in the Sea to Sky area.

Find out what events are happening this month in Whistler:

February
Every SaturdayMade In Whistler Winter Artisan Market
Artisans gather to display and sell their unique, handmade wares, artisan foods, and more at this pop-up market at the Westin Resort & Spa.

For more information, please visit: www.artswhistler.com
Every SundayFire & Ice Show
This free outdoor showtakes place at the base of Whistler Mountain every Sunday. Come out and watch a spectacular display of ski and snowboard skill all winter long.

For more information, please visit: www.whistlerblackcomb.com
14Winemaker Apres Series
Enjoy world-class wines paired with locally -sourced culinary delights atop Whistler Mountain.

For more information or early opening announcements, please visit: www.whistlerblackcomb.com
16Vancouver Theatre Sports League Presents: Pants on Fire
This will be an evening of hilarious improve comedy. Pants on Fire is a fast-paced improvised comedy show that is sure to have you laughing all night long.

For more information, please visit: www.artswhistler.com
24 & 25Peak to Valley Race
Take part in the longest GS race of its kind as you and three others teams up to race from the Whistler Saddle to Dusty's.

For more information, please visit: www.whistlerblackcomb.com
25 & 26Sigge's P'ayakentsu
This cross-country ski event for all ages and ability levels is a great opportunity to train, meet new people, and enjoy the beauty of the Callaghan Valley.

For more information, please visit: www.payak.ca