Cowichan's Musical Community Centre

Duncan Showroom
131 Station Street
-ground floor-

located in the heart of downtown Duncan

'it's 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 Canadian music scene, not only locally / provincially / nationally but internationally as well for over 18 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. 



for those of you who either can't make it to the event cause of illness or family emergencies or you don't live in our immediate  area

we 'live' stream all of our concerts to youtube and facebook


(if you are local and watching from home, sitting in the chair of your choice, wearing the clothes of your choice, drinking the beverage of your choice, possibly even inhaling the fresh air of your choice and all for 'free', why not donate the ticket price or parts thereof so we can continue this 'free' to you service)








39 Days of July 2021

archived live streams 

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  


one way to support the Showroom experience is to view and possibly buy a photo book of past performers

created by Nik West

all profits go to the Showroom  





You enter these premises with the understanding that 

 this is a non-alcohol venue ,
that means no alcohol allowed on premises, please...
inebriated patrons will be asked to leave
 we reserve the right to refuse entry






Longevity John
Duncan Showroom   

250-748-7246 (RAIN)
text 250-597-1554

Welcome to

Moving into May and beyond 

we have managed to stay open during all of the past two years of mayhem and we do plan on remaining open as we come up to celebrating 19 years in September since we first launched the Showroom experience

an all ages listening venue

bums in seats is the magic formula for us remaining open and continuing this service to the community

we need as many of you as possible to come to the many concerts we present even if you have not heard of them music you never knew you liked and create more…

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JNT Comedy Tour

The Duncan Showroom, 131 Station Street, Duncan BC

Three of Canada's best stand up comedians perform at Duncan Showroom for ONE NIGHT ONLY! The JNT Comedy Tour is one of our nation's largest comedy tours, with shows across Canada from coast to coast! This show features three of Canada's fastest rising talents and collectively they have amassed over 100 MILLION views on Youtube & Tiktok. Andrew Packer' comedy has earned him over 550K followers on Tiktok (@andpacker), Jacob Balshin is fresh off a taping for CBC’s LOL network & Sean McDonnell's album "All in my head" recently went #1 on Itunes. See them live at the Duncan Showroom for one night only as part of their tour of Western Canada!

$25 advance ticket


Something Obscure / Space Disco / Danger box /Anteater Eater

The Duncan Showroom, 131 Station Street, Duncan BC

From pop punk to rhythm and blues, this night you wouldn’t want to miss!

Two local Nanaimo bands, Space Disco, and Danger box to join Duncan’s own Something Obscure to put on a night full of unheard tunes and sounds that will rattle you to the core, with special guest band Anteater Eater from Victoria, BC.

$10 or more


Wesley Hardisty

The Duncan Showroom, 131 Station Street, Duncan BC

Wesley Hardisty is a vibrant emerging fiddler, composer and collaborator from the Northwest Territories. From Fort Simpson, Wesley is a member of the Dene First Nation. He has performed nationally and internationally from Seattle to Iqaluit. He has played on folk festivals, fiddle festivals, Indigenous-focused performances, including multiple tours of the NWT as a feature performer and supporting artist, Canada Scene and Northern Scene in Ottawa, 2010 Vancouver Olympics. He has two original albums and multiple commissions. Wesley has been part of fiddling training programs as a student and now a teacher. He attended the Gulf Island School of Performing Arts and is currently in the NACC Mentorship program being mentored by acclaimed violinist/producer/ composer Jesse Zubot. Wesley is sought-after as a collaborator with fiddlers, singer-songwriters, and classical ensembles. Welsey values community connections and has made it a priority to perform for elders and be a leader in youth mentorship from the training programs that he went through as a student. Notably he is an Artistic Ambassador for the Downie- Wenjack Fund.

$15 to $20 suggested donation