The Sea to Sky Corridor, encompassing Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton, is home to a tremendous amount of great events throughout the year. From small community gatherings, to athletic competitions and races, to world class festivals, there is sure to be something for everyone. Please contact one of our friendly reservation agents for more detailed information on what’s happening at any given time period.
Here are some of our staff-picked Signature Events. For a full Events Calendar see bottom of page.
Family Après, Mon. & Wed. at 3–6 PM, January 6 – March 25 at Whistler Olympic Plaza
Whistler knows how to après and now the whole family can celebrate a great day on the slopes with even more fun at Whistler Olympic Plaza. Parents can share stories about their day with a warm beverage while the kids participate in a variety of outdoor, winter activities and entertainment each week.
First Nations Winter Feast, Sun. & Thu., December 15 – March 29, Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre
Located in Whistler’s Upper Village, the SLCC hosts a First Nations Winter Feast Sundays and Thursdays that blends culinary journey and cultural sharing. Enjoy a delicious Indigenous-inspired feast as Nation members share their culture through regalia, storytelling, music, and dance. The menu includes two winter-centric salads, four hearty protein mains, and a seasonal apple and pear crumble for dessert. Highlights include the ‘three sister’s salad of roasted root vegetables, cedar-roasted salmon paired with lemon-infused maple butter, and an alder-smoked bison brisket.
Fire & Ice Show, Sundays from December 22 – March 29
Every Sunday night during winter, see a spectacular display of ski and snowboard skills at the legendary Fire & Ice Show in Skier’s Plaza. Whistler’s best skiers and riders jump and flip through a blazing ring of fire accompanied by fire spinners, a DJ and fireworks display. An electrifying evening of free, live entertainment to enjoy with family and friends.
Whistler Pride and Ski Festival, January 26 – February 2, 2020
Whistler is proud to host the annual Whistler Pride and Ski Festival, one of the biggest and best gay and lesbian ski weeks in North America. With 8 days filled with incredible events the energy and diversity of the festival is reflected in the schedule. Enjoy Whistler Blackcomb’s incredible terrain for skiing and riding each day and a new social event every night. The LGBTQI pride week features a packed events schedule of skiing, snowboarding, parties, arts and culture and social events.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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