This outdoor live performance festival features short shows of dance, theatre, spoken work, and more for all ages. You travel from show to show by foot, bike, rollerblade or skateboard. All shows start the The Hub where you can find food and hydration, and can even fill up on some fun-fast-art.
Before you head on the trail you register at the check-in tent and receive your SKAM Button.
This annual event in collaboration with Ocean 98.5 & Coors supports the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation with 50% of all ticket prices going toward the charity. There are two sittings throughout the night and some great food and drinks will be had with a great view of the inner harbour!
All week long join in on various fun activities throughout the Greater Victoria region.
The final headlining event is the Pride Parade and Festival July 8th starting at 11:00am:
The parade starts at the corner of Pandora and Government and continues south on Government, turning west on Belleville and then south on Menzies until turning west at Kingston; parade moves south on Oswego ending at MacDonald Park at the corner of Oswego and Simcoe. The festival then commences from 12:30pm to 6:00pm.
This musical adaptation has toured multiple UK and US cities over the past five years and was a popular event at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Persuasions.
This annual ten-day music festival featuring the jazz, blues and world music of local Canadian, and internationally acclaimed musicians. This is the longest running multi-day professional music festival on Vancouver Island.
In celebration of Aboriginal Culture, values, language and cuisine this annual festival holds three days of spectacular performances. The outdoor stage outside of the museum hosts Indigenous performers from across the province!