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.
Whistler Village Beer Festival, September 9-15
Whistler Village Beer Festival expands to 7 days and over 30+ events for it’s 7th anniversary. Check out the two tasting events in Whistler Olympic Plaza plus cask nights, beer battles, foodie nights and more. Mingle with fellow beer enthusiasts and sample from some of the best breweries in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest. Think delicious beer, food, live music and great beverages with previous years hosting over 140 beers from 70 breweries.
Cornucopia presented by BlueShore Financial, November 7 – 17
One of the best things about fall in Whistler is the 11-day Cornucopia festival of food and drink with winery dinners, grand tastings, culinary workshops and more. Discover the best food and drink from BC and beyond on numerous signature events such as SIDECUT’S Modern Steak+Bar BBQ feast, Cellar Door Grand Tasting and Abstract: Warhol Factory Party at the Audain Art Museum. For tickets and the full events list click HERE.
Whistler Film Festival, December 4–8
Visit Whistler in early December for Canada’s ‘coolest’ film festival. The Whistler Film Festival is five action-packed days of fresh films, epic events, industry connections plus time to enjoy the delights of the resort from skiing to après, fine dining and more. More information about shows and schedule available later.
Viessmann Luge World Cup Whistler, December 13–14
Catch more than 100 of the world’s fastest luge athletes from more than 20 countries as they compete at the Whistler Sliding Centre. Cheer as the athletes reach speeds of up to 130 kilometres per hour in men’s and women’s singles, doubles and team relay races. Beer garden, food trucks, DJ, Cheese Box photobooth and fireworks on site.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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Photo Credit: Tourism Whistler/Mike Crane & Justa Jeskova & Mitch Winton/Destination Canada