Whistler’s Local Music Festival: Hear and Now
Get ready to discover your new favourite band at Whistler’s Hear and Now Music Festival. This is your chance to listen to some great music and get your first experience some of the talented artists in the Sea to Sky Corridor.
Back for its third annual appearance, Hear and Now is a two-day music festival that highlights local talent. On September 22 - 23, 2018, the stage in Whistler’s Village Square will be packed with amazing Sea to Sky musicians, local favourites, and rising stars.
This year there are 18 bands scheduled to play over the two-day festival. Hear and Now is a free all-ages event with bands playing daily from 12 pm - 8 pm. Discover Whistler’s thriving local music community and listen to some catchy tunes with the whole family this fall.
Hear and Now 2018 Festival Performers:
- The Bandits of Blueberry County
- Blame The Weekend
- Bluesberry Jam
- Caitrin Madden Music
- Calvina Smith
- Cayley Fee
- The Combat Dolphins
- Dakota Pearl
- Emily Molloy Band
- The Funky Snow Monkeys
- Jeremy Thom
- LAZY GHOST
- Lozen and the Get Down Brothers
- Poor Dirty Sylvia
- Small Town Runaway
- Spiritual Warriors
- Unit 208
Hear and Now is part of Whistler’s Fall for Arts. Fall for Arts is your chance to check out some amazing arts events in Whistler. While the weather starts cooling off, you can enjoy your pick of many fun fall events. You can learn more about the 2018 Whistler Fall for Arts in our previous blog post.
Be Part of the Festival
Do you love music and volunteering? You can sign-up for the Arts Whistler Volunteer Team to enjoy other local events for free. Volunteering is a great way to make new friends, gain new skills and experience, and help be part of Whistler’s art community. Plus, you’ll be entered in the monthly draw for a Scandinave Spa pass.