October Events

Brad Paisley

Date: October 2
Location: Save On Foods Memorial Arena
Official Website: HERE

Country superstar Brad Paisley is a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainer, which has earned him numerous awards including three Grammy's, 14 Academy of Country Music Awards, 14 Country Music Association Awards, as well as three awards from ASCAP as Country Music Songwriter/Artist of the Year. He is also a proud member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Goodlife Fitness Victoria Marathon

Date: October 12
Official Website: HERE

More details to come.

Ghosts of Victoria Festival

Dates: October 17-31
Location: Various locations
Official Website: HERE

Victoria is British Columbia's most haunted place. Ghosts and goblins abound in the capital city - and not just at Halloween. If you want a "spirited" visit to Victoria at any time of the year, there are many attractions to see. As Halloween approaches, the Ghosts of Victoria Festival provides even more ghostly activities. The Ghosts of Victoria Festival is held over the last two weeks of October each year, with many activities to choose from.

Sarah McLachlan

Date: October 18
Location: Save on Foods Memorial Arena
Official Website: HERE

Multi-platinum Canadian singer-songwriter and Grammy Award-winner, Sarah McLachlan announces the coast-to-coast SHINE ON CANADIAN TOUR 2014, in support of her eighth studio album, SHINE ON.

Salmon Run at Goldstream Park

Dates: October 1-31
Location: Goldstream Park
Official Website: HERE

Goldstream has a world-class salmon spawning stream with thousands of Chum Salmon returning each year.  Every autumn, million of Pacific salmon forge their way up the myriad streams of the Pacific northwest to spawn and die. In Goldstream, salmon appear about mid-October, and may be seen for about nine weeks, the dates varying from year to year. Of the five kinds of North American Pacific salmon it is the Chum salmon that is most abundant in this river, though you may also see some Coho and Chinook salmon, as well as the Steelhead and the Cutthroat trout.