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Duncan Showroom

133 Station Street
-24 stairs to musical paradise-

Duncan Showroom

131 Station Street
-ground floor-

located in the heart of downtown Duncan

'it's all about the music'    
    Our heart lies in the attentive audience experience and we are revered for creating and maintaining one of the finest intimate showcase venues in the local / provincial / national and international Canadian music scene for over 13 years. We do believe we have had and will continue to have a positive effect on live entertainment production standards for Canadian venues and we do trust that our endeavours are appreciated by our audiences and performers alike. 

 Quick history: In May of 2014, after 10 years at the Duncan Garage, serendipitous synchronicity stepped in, as always, and allowed us to manifest the next  musical venture, the new Duncan Showroom-upstairs and the word is out that we are now an even more of a special space than our previous location. Visually it feels more open, yet maintaining that same intimacy with the attention to detail we are known for. The sound is said to be even better if possible, thanks in a great part to the latest edition to the Duncan Showroom crew, former owner/operator/janitor from the late Lay Back Lounge in Harrison Hot Springs, Tim- aka Dr Ted Cadillac. His wealth of technical knowledge, his bright shining attitude and his desire to think outside the box are a most welcome addition.
   Then along came the chance Oct. 1st 2015 to also use the space below as a venue and so the Duncan Showroom - downstairs was born where, because of the height of the ceiling, allowed us to raise the stage and thereby create the ability for a dance floor, when applicable, as well as now give ground floor access in downtown Duncan to arts and cultural events for all in our community.


link to our live streaming and archives

should you wish to donate the ticket price to the concerts you watch
or are just willing to donate to help keep us keep afloat in this audacious vision
there is a paypal donate button for yours and our convenience just further down this page
thank you for your generosity  


You enter these premises with the understanding that 
-these are non-alcohol venues,
that means no alcohol allowed on premises, please...
inebriated patrons will be asked to leave
-we reserve the right to refuse entry

Duncan Showroom
-this venue is about the attentive audience experience…
ie: please, out of respect for the performer and the performance,
we ask for no talking/chatting during the performances,
no matter how much you deem it necessary…
silence is golden

Duncan Showroom

-this venue allows ground floor access to many for our 'listening' concerts
-every so often events will be scheduled where dancing is the basis of the event - fill your boots
and there will be those times where it is only upon the request of the performer
for you to engage in anything other than a 'listening' fashion

Thank you

  We are going to have fun and trust we will see most of you
and remember

 Longevity John’s Finger Snappin’ Toe Tappin’ Money Back Guarantee…

 …if you do not like the music within the first ½ hour of the performance, your money will gladly be refunded  BUT…
should I or any of my spotters take note that you were seen snapping your fingers, tapping your toes
or making any of those absurd air band facial contortions…
this guarantee becomes null and void…thank you





Longevity John
Duncan Showroom    250-748-7246 (RAIN)


Duncan Showroom downstairs 


Things I live by: 

Upon seeing light at the end of the tunnel … do order more tunnel 

 When treading on thin ice, you might as well dance 
Having just turned 65, I decided that I needed to pursue my dreams and visions with even more intensity and gusto than previously mustered. This is how I see it: 
  As the community based business downstairs from the Duncan Showroom at 129/131 Station Street will be leaving end of September, the opportunity to expand our potential outreach is within…

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Tango del Domingo

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the new Duncan Showroom-downstairs, 131 Station Street, Duncan BC

…every 4th Sunday of the month, John and Linda Fowler, our local tango instructors, host a south island milonga,... where the ambience and décor suit the afternoons festivities and tango enthusiasts gather to dance …$15 per


Misha Piatigorsky Trio

the new Duncan Showroom-downstairs, 131 Station Street, Duncan BC

having just performed a solo concert in the park as part of the 39 Days of July 2016, this Russian jazz virtuoso pianist brings his trio into the Showroom for one of those rare intimate club settings that peeps in New York dream about....yes, come join us while we celebrate being near the longest day of the year... $15 advance $20 door www.misha.nyc


Steve Hill

the new Duncan Showroom, 133 Station Street, Duncan BC

juno winner 2015, ran away with a bunch of awards at this years Maple Blues Awards, he is the area for the Victoria Jazz Fest and a chance to have him here is ok by me....check him out at teaser in the park at 5pm earlier this day...or use the internet once again,...or just take my word for it... $20 door $15 advance www.stevehillmusic.com


Andy Goessling, of Railroad Earth: Multi-instrumental acoustic show/ Hi Lo Jam

the new Duncan Showroom-downstairs, 131 Station Street, Duncan BC

before we start the jam, there is a gentleman in our town of great bluegrass renoun and so we is giving up the first hour to him....come see why...

"Andy Goessling, the multi-instrumentalist virtuoso of the well known bluegrass jamband Railroad Earth (www.railroadearth.com).

Andy is an outstanding multi-instrumentalist who has played with several musicians including David Bromberg, Phil Lesh and Warren Haynes. The show would be multi-instrumental with vocals; Andy will play guitar, mandolin, zither and banjo, although he may bring some winds.

http://www.andygoessling.com www.facebook.com/ndgoessling

Tickets $20

my good friend Pat Temple is also in town visiting and he and his killer guys the Hi and Lo Band are hosting a 'jam' so to speak...Tannis Slimmon is also in town with her young fellow mentored singer songwriter Annie Sumi.....and there were some peeps tonite singing Willie P. tunes earlier...who knows where this goes $15 or more if you please