Victoria Event Centre

Clean Slate

CA$35 - CA$40

Clean Slate
Friday, February 16th
Doors: 8 PM | Show: 8:30 PM
Advance: $35 | Door: $40
19+ | ID Required

Embark on a transformative journey at Clean Slate–an electrifying celebration of 2024 that weaves live music, multimedia experiences, and a dose of inspiration. Immerse yourself in joy and self-discovery. Craft the version of yourself you’ve always aspired to be. Embrace the possibilities and redefine your narrative.

The Deadly Hiyas
The Deadly Hiya s are a Psychedelic Rock and Roll band hailing from Victoria, BC, although every member is from different parts of Canada. They have gathered in the name of music to combine their influences.

Jody Lubin
Jody Lubi n is a Canadian singer-songwriter whose music transcends genres, effortlessly blending pop, alternative and indie elements to create a unique and mesmerizing sound.

What sets Jody apart is not just his musical prowess, but also the deeply personal narratives that he weaves into his songs. Drawing from his own experiences and emotions, Jody’s lyrics offer a window into the human experience, touching on themes of love, heartbreak, self-discovery, and resilience. His songs resonate with listeners on a profound level, creating an emotional connection that lingers long after the music fades.

In addition to his musical talents, Jody Lubin has also become an advocate for mental health, using his platform to raise awareness and promote self-care. Through his candid interviews and thought-provoking social media presence, Jody has become a beacon of hope for many, inspiring others to embrace vulnerability and find strength in their own stories.

Brandon Phillips
Brandon has bee n a band performer since the age of 15. He went to school for music production and is now coming into his own as a solo artist. He will be releasing his first single, “Whispering Man,” in the next couple of months, and his first solo album, The Sunshower, late summer. The album will be the sun and rain coming together to create something beautiful.

David Andrew Wiebe
Award-winning com poser, best-selling author, professional podcaster, community builder, presenter and speaker.

For questions on refunds, accessibility and more please visit our FAQ page:

≫ Land Acknowledgement ≪
We would like to respectfully acknowledge that the territory on which this event takes place is on the traditional, stolen, unceded land of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples. We acknowledge the rich cultural history of the many peoples and rituals that have been affected by the ongoing process of dispossession and colonialism. We hold this understanding in our interactions and engagements with this land and its people.

≫ Code of Conduct ≪
At the VEC there is zero tolerance for any type of racist, sexist, ableist, fatphobic, transphobic or homophobic behaviour. By purchasing a ticket and attending an event, you agree to conduct yourself with the utmost respect for everyone at the venue. In the event that you do not, you may be asked to leave without a refund. Respect, as well as, consent are of utmost importance. Those who touch or photograph anyone without their permission will be removed and may be banned from future events at our venue. For more information contact

≫ Refunds ≪
We do not offer refunds on tickets. If you need to sell your tickets, the best way is to reach out to your social circles or post in the Facebook event discussion. If you would like to transfer the ownership of your ticket to another person, you can do so by forwarding them your ticket confirmation email. Please note that if your digital ticket information is shared with someone, they may be able to use the ticket to gain access to the event. Please share your ticket with caution.

≫ Accessibility ≪
The VEC’s full accessibility report and elevator instructions can be viewed here: 

Accessibility at the VEC is an ongoing project, and we continue to work to make the space more accessible to all kinds of folks. There are also a lot of different barriers to accessibility that have been identified, that we continue to work on. As part of this process, we ask guests: If you are able to do so, use the Broad Street stair entrance and multi-user washroom. There is only one accessible entrance and washroom, help make sure those who need it can use it. Do not move tables or chairs without venue permission. Keep aisles clear at all times and please return your glassware to the bar.

≫ Substance Use Policy ≪
As per our liquor license we have a zero tolerance policy for outside alcohol in our venue. Bag checks can be performed by security and outside alcohol will be confiscated. There is no smoking or vaping allowed inside the venue. We may refuse liquor service at any time, but commit to practices that are non-judgemental of intoxication, regardless of its form, cause, or base substance and we will treat everyone with dignity and respect. We may, in some situations, have to ask intoxicated people to leave our venue due to circumstances that put the safety of others at risk. We will not do this lightly, or without significant reason. If you require assistance at anytime please come to a staff member for support. See our full policy here:

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