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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:

June
2
to
26
The Chili Thom Experience
A celebration of the late local artist's life and works.

For more information, please visit: www.artswhistler.com
9Whistler Multicultural Festival
Head over to Florence Petersen Park at the Whistler Public Library and Whistler Museum to celebrate Whistler’s multicultural community.

For more information, please visit: www.welcomewhistler.com
11,
18,
25
Whistler Farmers' Market
A feast for your senses, the Whistler Farmers' Market features local produce, tasty food, local artisans, live entertainment and family activities along the beautiful Upper Village Stroll.

For more information, please visit: www.whistler.com
24Whistler Canada Cup XCO Finale XCO #6
Whistler Blackcomb in partnership with Cycling Canada, are proud to host the Whistler Canada Cup XCO Finale XCO#6.

For more information, please visit: www.cyclingcanada.ca
24BC Cross-Country Championships
Come cheer on the athletes as the BC Cross-Country Championships return to Whistler Blackcomb.

For more information or early opening announcements, please visit: www.cyclingbc.net
24
&
25
Whistler Downhill BC Cup
Whistler Blackcomb in partnership with Cycling BC is proud to host the Whistler Downhill BC Cup. The Whistler Downhill BC Cup prepares the best provincial athletes to compete on the National and International stage.

For more information or early opening announcements, please visit: www.cyclingbc.net