Concerts & Events

  • Pacific FC 2019 Season

    Westhills Stadium - Victoria
    Join us in welcoming the Pacific FC to Victoria for their 2019 season!
  • Putts N' Pints

    Come down on Thursday evenings from 4pm-dusk to Juan de Fuca’s Par 3 nine hole course. An excellent course to for beginners and experienced golfers to work on their short game skills and finish the evening off on the licenced patio!
  • Beach Food Fridays & Saturdays

    Esquimalt Lagoon Beach - Colwood
    Head to the beach in Colwood every Friday & Saturday for lunch or dinner from your favourite local food trucks with free, live, local music from 5 to 7 pm. It's a fun event with a casual beachy vibe. Come relax and listen to music in the fresh ocean air while kids play on the beach and splash in the waves. Throughout the summer, they'll schedule four or five favourite food trucks and live local musicians to set up in a designated area midway along the lagoon on Ocean Boulevard every Friday and Saturday between noon and 7pm
  • Victoria Harbourcats 2019 Season

    Royal Athletic Park - Victoria
    Baseball is back! Click the link below to view the Harbourcats full schedule and to purchase tickets so you can be there to cheer them on in person!!
  • Chief Dan George Exhibit

    Sidney Museum - Sidney
    Sidney Museum will be hosting the Chief Dan George: Actor and Activist exhibit, which explores the life and legacy of Tsleil-Waututh Chief Dan George (1899- 1981) and his influence as an Indigenous rights advocate and his career as an actor. The exhibition was developed by the North Vancouver Museum in close collaboration with the George family and has spent the last year at U’mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay. Longshoreman, actor, musician, lecturer, poet, activist, environmentalist and First Nations leader; Dan George (born Geswanouth Slahoot) is remembered for many things. Raised on the Burrard Indian Reserve #3, the son of hereditary chief George Sla-holt, Dan George spent much of his life working as a longshoreman and logger and did not start his acting career until in his 60s. During the 1960s and 70s, he appeared in many television, movie and stage productions in which he worked to promote a better understanding of Indigenous people and challenged their common portrayal on screen. Although focused on Dan George, this exhibition will also delve into significant events and individuals in the Indigenous rights movement in BC and Canada. This exhibit is funded in part by the Department of Canadian Heritage Museums Assistance Program and was honoured by the District of North Vancouver with a Heritage Advocacy Award for Indigenous program collaboration.
  • Sooke Fine Arts Show

    Seaparc Leisure Complex
    Don’t miss this year’s Sooke Fine Arts Show & Sale. An 11-day celebration bringing artists, volunteers, visitors, and art patrons together, it’s Vancouver Island’s premier adjudicated art show.
  • Victoria Dragon Boat Festival

    Join us in celebrating 25 years of dragon boat racing in Victoria’s harbour at this year’s Victoria Dragon Boat Festival! Get ready for an exciting weekend of canoe competitions, live bands, the forbidden city food court, beer garden, Lights of Courage, and more.
  • Victoria International JazzFest

    Various Venues
    The TD Victoria International JazzFest is a ten-day music festival featuring the jazz, blues and world music of local, Canadian, and internationally acclaimed musicians. The longest running multi-day professional music festival serving audiences on Vancouver Island, TD JazzFest offers its devoted audience a wide scope of programming comparable to much larger festivals in significantly larger urban areas. Since its inception the festival has been presented and produced by the Victoria Jazz Society.
  • Play in the Park

    Various Locations in Saanich - Victoria
    Every weekday evening through July & August, join Panorama staff from 5:30-8:30pm for some free summer fun for the whole family that includes interactive play, face painting, group games, and of course, inflatable fun on our giant 50’ obstacle course! This doesn’t need to be a long description, just a few sentences with a call to action.
  • Langford Deuce Days

    Langford Welcomes Deuce Days Participants to Langford on Saturday July 20 from 10am to Noon. Bring your lawn chair and show your support for the biggest car show event in North America. 500 amazing cars will travel through Downtown Langford along Goldstream Avenue. Cars are expected to go by between 10:15am and noon, Goldstream Road will be closed during this time.
  • Beer & Beethoven

    Breakwater Barge
    Enjoy a cold beer (or wine or cider) at beautiful Ogden Point and enjoy the music of Beethoven in the sunshine. What a wonderful way to spend the afternoon or evening!
  • A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Foum

    The musical, set in ancient Rome and featuring the delightful song Comedy Tonight, tells the bawdy story of a slave named Pseudolus and her attempts to win her freedom by helping her young master woo the girl next door. The part of Pseudolus was originated by Zero Mostel. Recent Broadway revivals have featured Nathan Lane and Whoopie Goldberg in the part. Leading the all-star ensemble cast, in his first effort with Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre, will be veteran stage director Kevin McKendrick, who relocated recently to Victoria from Calgary. McKendrick has a long history of working in physical comedy, and together with choreographer Sarah Murphy, ”aims to create a rollicking farce full of slapstick and sightgags”. Musical Direction will be provided by Edmontonian Daniel Belland. This updated, gender-bending version of Forum will highlight the talents of Britt Small in the star turn of Pseudolus.
  • Corey Hart: The Never Surrender Tour

    Save On Foods Memorial Centre
    Canadian musical icon, Corey Hart has announced the details of his first major arena tour across Canada since 1986. Produced by Live Nation, The Never Surrender Tour kicks off in St. Johns, NL on May 31 (Corey’s Birthday) and will follow the May 3, 2019 release of Hart’s new record Dreaming Time Again. Special guests to be announced soon.
  • Roger Hodgson of Supertramp

    Royal Theatre
    Roger Hodgson, co-founder of Supertramp, is currently on tour worldwide celebrating Breakfast in America's 40th Anniversary and will be visiting Victoria at the Royal Theatre November 25 and 26! This album, released on March 29th 1979, had phenomenal global success. It hit #1 in almost every country and stayed at the top of the charts for over a year. It was Supertramp’s biggest selling album with over 25 million copies sold worldwide, of which over 1 million copies were sold in Canada. Hodgson wrote, sang, and arranged most of the enduring rock standards that made Supertramp a worldwide phenomenon. His timeless classics such as “Give a Little Bit,” “The Logical Song,” “Dreamer,” “Take the Long Way Home,” “Breakfast in America,” “School,” “Fool’s Overture,” and “It’s Raining Again,” helped the band sell well over 60 million albums. This is Hodgson’s first appearance in Victoria since 2016. While many may not recognize the name Roger Hodgson, everyone recognizes his signature voice – one of the most distinctive voices in rock history. The classic hit songs that he wrote and sang, often referred to as “Supertramp” songs, are actually Roger Hodgson songs. In 2019, Hodgson continues to perform all these hits that he first recorded with Supertramp along with his other classics – “Sister Moonshine,” “Child of Vision,” “Hide in Your Shell,” “Even in the Quietest Moments,” and fan favorites from his solo albums – “Had a Dream,” “Only Because of You,” “Lovers in the Wind,” “In Jeopardy,” and “Along Came Mary.” Accompanied by a stunning four-piece band, Hodgson’s ‘Breakfast in America 40th Anniversary Tour’ will bring him to many countries around the world.