Northwest Deuce Days, the celebration of pre-1950s car culture that draws hundreds of collectors and thousands of tourists to Victoria, has set its dates for the next event.
Destination Victoria said the 2025 Deuce Days will run from July 17 to 20. The show is held every three years and was taken over in 2022 by the tourism marketing group.
Deuce Days is typically held every three years and attracts about 1,000 vehicles and their owners to Victoria for activities around the region, including the popular Sunday Spectator Show in front of the Empress Hotel and legislature.
Destination Victoria said the 2022 event generated $2.2 million in spending over four days.
Last year’s event saw classic car owners from as far away as California, Texas and Florida.
Destination Victoria said setting a date well in advance gives car clubs and enthusiasts time to book their touring schedules and stays in hotels during the traditionally busy summer season.
Registration for the 2025 event will open this spring.
Northwest Deuce Days 2025 will mark the second time the event operates under the ownership of Destination Greater Victoria. The event transitioned from founder Al Clark.
Jay Donovan, a custom motorcycle builder who planned and coordinated Deuce Days last year, is returning as event organizer.