WIN! Two Free Tickets to Elliott Brood at GLC

Winners of the 2013 JUNO Award for Roots/Traditional Album Of The Year, Canadian band Elliott Brood will be returning to the GLC on Thursday, September 26, 2013 as part of their “Electro-Spective Tour”.

Formed in 2002, the Toronto three-piece will be bringing their “death country” sound back to the GLC two years after their well-received 2011 performance at the venue.

Tickets are on sale for $15 each, but we’re giving you the chance to WIN a pair of tickets to the gig.

All you have to do is share this post on Facebook and you’ll be entered into our draw. Everyone who shares the post before midnight on Tuesday, September 24th, 2013 will be eligible for the prize. Don’t forget to Like our Facebook page for more updates, contests and deals in Whistler.

Here’s a video of Elliott Brood performing ‘Miss You Now’ from their Polaris Prize nominated album Mountain Meadows on Q TV …

The winner will be announced on our Facebook page at 12 noon on Wednesday, September 25th, 2013.

Best of luck!

Believe Festival 2013 Preview

If you haven’t already heard about this, then you have clearly missed the billions of adverts on Facebook and Google promoting it to Whistlerites. Though we are grateful for these little ads, as without them, many peeps may not have heard about this gem of a gig. Which in all likelihood is going to tear open the summer for many.

The concert brings a host of world, reggae, hip hop, and electronic acts to Whistler Olympic Park from July 11th to 15th. Headline acts include Julian Marley and The Uprising, Liquid Stranger and Luminaries (not to be confused with The Lumineers of the ‘Hey Ho’ variety.) The full line up is huge so be sure to check it out.

www.believefreedomfestival.com

Tickets for the event are $105 per day, $185 for the weekend or $263.50 for the 5 days. There are also tons of competitions for free tickets so make sure to be in to win.

If you’re strapped for cash and fancy getting in on some of the action then why not consider volunteering? Check out the volunteer sign-up page for more information. There’s even some paid employment positions available too, so be sure to check out the full website for more opportunities.