Victoria Groff is a Vancouver-based, multi-genre artist whose first love has and always will be songwriting. With a vibe some have described as familiar, bright and hopeful, Victoria brings a heart warming and magnetic stage presence to every performance.

Growing up in Richmond, BC, Victoria found her passion for music and writing early on, performing in choir, vocal jazz, and a military marching band where she played the flute for several years. Her love for writing morphed from storytelling and poetry into songwriting when she entered college, writing songs in the margins of her homework, and learning how to heal from past heartbreak and the low’s of her young adult life through the power of music. 

Victoria has spent the last three years working her way around the Vancouver Music Scene. Having opened for Old Soul Rebel for The 7 O’Clock Cheer Charity event at the Imperial Theatre, to more recently, opening for International Touring Artist, Giacomo Turra, Victoria is ready to take on more stages and share her music as much as she possibly can this coming year.

From being a finalist in the 2021 Canadian Songwriting Competition, and receiving her first FACTOR grant during the same year, Victoria is almost ready to release her debut EP Love Ain’t Like The Movies later this year in 2024

When Victoria isn’t on stage, she plays softball competitively and works with young adults in the mental health world in Vancouver, BC. In her downtime you can find her playing catch with her best gal pals, reading on public transit and laughing at the beach with her favourite person and a guitar.


Opener for International Touring Act, Giacomo Turra and the Funky Minutes (2023)

Anthem Singer for the Vancouver Canucks Community Heroes Night (2022)

FVMA Excellence By A Female Artist Award (2021)

Recipient of FACTOR's Artist Development Grant (2021) 

Finalist in the Canadian Songwriting Competition, Music BC (2021)

Anthem Singer for Vancouver Canucks Home Opener (2021)

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