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Monday, July 25, 2016

Busy Sunday

Sunday saw the final day of the Victoria International Buskers Festival and of the humongous car show, Northwest Deuce Days. Between the two festivals the Inner Harbour and most of the downtown area became one giant party area. Though there were lots of people it seldom felt really crowded because many events were taking place in a dozen different locations. Above is where the crowds were thickest, along Government Street in front of the Empress Hotel and directly in front of the Legislature, from the steps of which the above photo was taken. We'll have a look at some of the performances and events over the next few days.


Stefan Jansson said...

a busker festival, that sounds noisy, in a good way.

William Kendall said...

Crowds really do come out for buskers.

JoJo said...

It looks like it was a lot of fun. Back in 2007 a bunch of people with those classic cars were staying at the Holiday Inn where I was staying. There must've been 30-50 of them in the parking lot. It was quite a sight to see.