Viva may refer to:
Viva! Roxy Music was the first live Roxy Music album. It was released in August 1976 and was recorded at three venues over a period of three years (1973-1975). The recordings were from the band's shows at the Apollo in Glasgow in November 1973, City Hall at Newcastle in October 1974 and the Wembley Arena in October 1975.
All songs written by Bryan Ferry except "Out of the Blue" by Ferry and Phil Manzanera.
Launched in November 2004, Viva magazine is Canada's only natural health celebrity magazine and the original balanced living publication.
Viva was founded by Olivier Felicio, is published six times per year and circulates within Canada throughout Loblaws, health food stores, pharmacies and salons.
Some of Viva's main advertisers include Webber Naturals, Jamieson Laboratories, Genuine Health, Blue Diamond Growers, Advantage Health, Platinum Naturals, PVL Nutrients, Quest, Holista Health, Nature's Gate, Bio-K Plus, and Just Juice.
Viva Magazine is a free publication under the Rive Gauche Media Publishing umbrella. The offices of Rive Gauche Media are located in Toronto & Montreal, Canada.
Celebrities who have appeared on the cover of Viva Magazine include Serena Williams, Taraji P. Henson, Patricia Arquette, Maria Bello, Courteney Cox, Patricia Heaton, Marg Helgenberger, Rachel Hunter, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Alyssa Milano, Kathryn Morris, Julia Ormond, Ana Ortiz, Jaime Pressly, Vanessa Williams, Cheryl Ladd, Heidi Klum and Christina Applegate.