Event Archive - Moby, Zeds Dead, Bonobo, July Talk, A Tribe Called Red, Hot Chip (DJ), Dear Rouge, Z-trip, Bliss N Eso, Glorious Sons, Dream Warriors, Busty and the Bass, Charlotte Day Wilson, Yukon Blonde, Said the Whale, Five Alarm Funk, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Hannah Georgas, Leeroy Stagger, Too Many Zooz, SkiiTour and , DJ Shub, Band of Rascals, Astrocolor
Fri. September 15th 2017 - Fri. September 15th 2017 @ Downtown (All Ages)
RIFFLANDIA FESTIVAL (10th Anniversary)
September 14-17, 2017
Victoria, BC (Various Venues)
MOBY • ZEDS DEAD • BONOBO • JULY TALK • A TRIBE CALLED RED • DEAR ROUGE • HOT CHIP DJ SET • Z-TRIP • BLISS N ESO • THE GLORIOUS SONS • DREAM WARRIORS • BUSTY AND THE BASS • CHARLOTTE DAY WILSON • YUKON BLONDE • SAID THE WHALE • FIVE ALARM FUNK • BLACK TIGER SEX MACHINE • HANNAH GEORGAS • LEEROY STAGGER • TOO MANY ZOOZ • SKIITOUR • DJ SHUB • BAND OF RASCALS • ASTROCOLOR • RALPH • FLEETMAC WOOD • NEON DREAMS • THE CHOIR • TWIN BANDIT • CHRISTIAN HUDSON • J GRGRY • AND MANY MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED!
This September 14-17, the tenth annual Rifflandia Festival will take over Downtown Victoria. 2017’s venues include Royal Athletic Park, the return of Discovery Street’s Electric Avenue, and multiple other night venues to be announced along with the final wave of artists and full festival schedule.
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