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Sunday, Oct 25th 2020

6th Annual Wicked Victoria

Greater Victoria Festival Society Welcomes you to the 6th Annual Wicked Victoria and Boo Boulevard!!!

Need a reason to wear that costume another time during the Halloween and Harvest Season!

Come on down to Boo Boulevard on Sunday October 25th from 12 noon to 5pm to Celebrate Wicked Victoria, an Annual event started 5 years ago to promote a walkable downtown and our amazing Harvest and Halloween City!

Whether you stroll into the “Feeling Ghoully Music Zone,” visit our “Ghostly Giving,” and learn more about some of our over 3000 non profit organizations in Greater Victoria, start some early shopping in the “Harvest Market,” or have some fun in the “Too Cute To Spook Wicked Kid Zone,” I promise you will have a wonderful time seeing all your favorite characters, costumes and ghosts!

Non profit registration here.

Don’t Miss

Feeling Ghoully Music Zone (Humboldt to Courtney) Block A
12 noon to 5 PM – local entertainment

Local performers will perform at our Entrance To Boo Boulevard; at Humboldt to Courtney, including a small stage; lights; local entertainment; ghostly decor; Bouncy Castles; (Your sponsor banner for the event can be here too)

Ghostly Giving (Courtney to Broughton) Block B
12 noon to 5pm – Non Profit Organizations and Inflatables

Fun Fair where we invite approximately 8-10 non profit organizations free of charge to promote and celebrate their organizations! The catch? They have to provide a Halloween / Harvest themed game for the kids and parents to participate in at each of their stations.

Moonlight Harvest Market (Broughton to Fort Street) Block C
12 noon to 5pm – Vendors

Supported by the local merchants of Government Street, the Harvest Market will engage local vendors with harvest foods, jams, jellies, toys, a Photo Booth.

Too Cute To Spook Wicked Kid Zone (Fort Street to Yates) Block D & E
12 noon to 5pm KID ZONE
3pm Monster Mash March Government Street Kids Costume Parade

Pumpkin designing; balloons; coloring; face painting; games; blow ups with a central open area, Bouncy Castles and kicking off the Monster Mash March around 3pm! Watch for some of your favorite friends to show up!!!!

Glow Sticks, Wristbands and Pumpkins will be by donation with profits supporting Jeneece Place and the Children’s Health Foundation.


Sponsor GVFS


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  • Capital City of British Columbia
  • Greater Victoria Population 370K
  • Serves as the metropolitan core for a region of 360,000
  • Incorporated on August 2, 1862
  • Over 3 million visitors annually
  • Average of 2,183 hours of sunshine each year
  • Average rainfall is 66.5 centimetres per year
  • 1,600 signature hanging baskets displayed each summer

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