Photo: Scott Brammer Photography
For Immediate Release
September 9, 2019
SEA TO SKY MUSIC SCENE WILL SHINE AT HEAR AND NOW
– WHISTLER’S LOCAL MUSIC CELEBRATION
Free local music showcase returns for 4th year during Fall for Arts,
September 21 and 22
Whistler, BC – The Sea to Sky music scene just keeps getting more vibrant, fun and fabulous and there’s no better place to check it out than at Hear and Now – Whistler’s Local Music Celebration. Arts Whistler’s showcase of the Whistler and Sea to Sky professional music community is back for its fourth year on September 21 and 22. It’s an annual opportunity to enjoy local favourites and discover new acts – in the great outdoors of Village Square.
Hear and Now 2019 presents 18 acts over two days. Can’t stay up late to hear local music in the pubs and bars? We’ve got you covered. Hear and Now is a free, daytime, family-friendly opportunity to check out the local music scene in the light of day. Bring the kids, wear your dancing shoes and get ready to enjoy another stellar line-up at Hear and Now.
A signature event in the Fall for Arts September schedule, Hear and Now – Whistler’s Local Music Celebration 2019 will feature:
The visual arts also gets in on the fun with “live artists” painting works throughout both days at the Arts Whistler tent in Village Square. Come on by for an art pin and to discover the awesome arts and culture programs coming your way through Fall for Arts.
About Arts Whistler:
Arts Whistler is passionate about Whistler, about arts and about making arts and culture an integral part of day-to-day life. Operating out of the Maury Young Arts Centre in the heart of Whistler Village, Arts Whistler runs a variety of creative classes, showcases an exciting lineup of live shows for Arts Whistler Live! and hosts year-round free-admission exhibits in The Gallery to support local artists and their craft. Annual events include the Whistler Children’s Festival, Whistler Street Entertainment, Arts Whistler Holiday Market, We Heart Local Art and Art on the Lake. Arts Whistler creates bold, inspiring and engaging experiences and supports an arts and culture sector in Whistler that’s welcoming, accessible and collaborative.
Get in Touch:
Kim Maitland, Marketing & Communications Manager