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See What’s Happening Comox Valley During Your Stay

When staying at Bayview Hotel, you’re just minutes from the best events in downtown Courtenay and beyond. From seasonal festivals and agricultural fairs to holiday celebrations, family friendly events, concerts and more, the Comox Valley has an event for visitors of all ages and interests. Be sure to check out our Courtenay event calendar to find out what’s happening in the area during your stay at Bayview Hotel.  

Comox Valley Apres-Ski (Formally Winter Fest)

Mid Jan - Early Feb. (No Confirmed dates for 2020)

With well over a meter of snow on Mount Washington Alpine Resort, one of the deepest snowpack’s in BC, the Comox Valley is the Islands true winter destination for snow-seekers.

Comox Valley Apres-Ski provides the ultimate combination of ski & winter play during the day with 50% off lift passes at Mount Washington when coupled with a Stay, plus extensive après ski live events, music and comedy nights

BC Seafood Festival

What is now the largest event of its kind, held annually in June, during BC Seafood Month (also established in 2014) features over 40 events partners hosting events, dinners, tours, competitions, and tastings in a 10-day period to celebrate and drive awareness to the areas culinary and seafood attractions, award-winning producers, Chefs and experiences.

The Comox Valley, Vancouver Island, proudly produces 50%+ of all of British Columbia’s shellfish and the most oysters in Canada, and also is the location of the BC Seafood Festival, the largest of its kind on the west coast of Canada, celebrating its 13th anniversary June 2019. The BC Seafood Festival (formerly the BC Shellfish Festival) began as a single event dinner developed and hosted by the BC Shellfish Growers Association (BCSGA). Over the years the BCSGA added a second public day event that focused on increased awareness of the growing shellfish industry. In 2014 a formal partnership agreement was entered into between BCSGA and Comox Valley Economic Development & Tourism (CVEDS) to organize the overall festival, add multiple partners, events and include an increased number of industry participants representing the full extent of the BC seafood sector. What is now the largest event of its kind, held annually in June, during BC Seafood Month (also established in 2014) features over 40 events partners hosting events, dinners, tours, competitions, and tastings in a 10-day period to celebrate and drive awareness to the areas culinary and seafood attractions, award-winning producers, Chefs and experiences.

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Comox Nautical Days

There’s truly something for everyone at the Comox Nautical Days “Free Festival of Family Fun”. 

Perennial favourites such as; the Bullhead Derby, Build Bail and Sail along with the Comox Nautical Days Vintage Car Show and the HMCS Quadra Ceremony of the Flags. And you can try your luck at the Comox Valley Harbour Authority’s “Hole in One” competition. There are rides, games, and crafts for the kids and the Rotary Splash Park and Playground is sure to be a big hit. While at the Festival take time to shop the more than 100+ craft booths and quench your appetite at the fabulous food trucks. Those who are “of an age” can enjoy a frosty beverage at the VI Society for Adaptive Snow Sports Bistro Garden. Nautical Days would not be Nautical Days without the Quality Foods Festival of Lights Fireworks Extravaganza on Monday night.

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Filberg Festival

Set amongst the stately trees and gardens of the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park in Comox, BC on the east coast of Vancouver Island the Filberg Festival is truly a unique event. Enjoy art and nature surrounded by beautiful gardens, rustic out-buildings and magnificent views of Comox Harbour and the Beaufort Range

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Music Fest

It’s three days jammed with everything from bluegrass to blues, reggae to folk, indie rock to rockabilly and from country to hip-hop and spoken word.

The Comox Valley is well known as a destination for those looking to enjoy the hot summers, packed with markets, farm-to-table food and fantastic scenery. But thanks to the Vancouver Island MusicFest, the region is also now known for attracting some of the biggest bands in the world. It’s a truly unique musical experience. It’s three days jammed with everything from bluegrass to blues, reggae to folk, indie rock to rockabilly and from country to hip-hop and spoken word.

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