Upcoming Events



WED AUG 15 Ryan McNally w/Ginger St. James $12 (+SC) adv, $15 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

TUE AUG 21 An Evening with Will Ross $15 (+SC) adv, $20 door | 7:30pm doors, 8pm show | All-Ages

WED AUG 22 Jon Cohen Ex w/Hannah Bech $15 (+SC) adv, $20 door | 7:30pm doors, 8pm show | All-Ages


SAT SEPT 22 The Dunlop Brothers $12 (+SC) adv., $15 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

WED SEPT 26 John Jacob Magistery w/Kirty $12 (+SC) adv., $15 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

THU SEPT 27 Blitzen Trapper w/Candace $22 (+SC) adv | 8pm door, 9pm show | 19+

FRI SEPT 28 Ariana Gillis $15 (+SC) adv., $20 door | 8pm doors, 9pm show | 19+

SAT SEPT 29 Megative w/Kojo “Easy” Damptey $15 (+SC) adv, $20 door | 8pm doors, 9pm show | All-Ages


WED OCT 3 Folk Road Show $10 (+SC) adv, $15 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

SUN OCT 14 An Evening with Steve Poltz $30 (+SC) adv, $35 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | All-Ages

WED OCT 17 Joey Landreth $15 (+SC) adv, $20 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

FRI OCT 18 Rob Moir $12 (+SC) adv, $15 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+


FRI OCT 19 Daniel Champagne $20 (+SC) adv, $25 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

SUN OCT 21 Reina del Cid $18 (+SC) adv, $20 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

WED OCT 24 Kalle Mattson $15 (+SC) adv | 7pm doors, 8pm show | All-Ages


THU NOV 1 The East Pointers $20 (+SC) adv, $25 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | AA

FRI NOV 10 Shad $20 (+SC) adv, $25 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

SAT NOV 21 The Once w/Megan Bonnell $25 (+SC) adv, $30 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+


FRI FEB 8 Yamantaka//Sonic Titan $15 (+SC) adv., $18 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show | 19+

= Also available at Dr. Disc          ∆ = Also available at Into the Abyss


Rich Aucoin • Feb 23, 2018


Friday February 23, 2018
Doors 8:00PM, Show 9:00PM
Tickets: $15 (+SC) advance, $20 door • 19+

Rich Aucoin has never been one to do things normally. You know the stories by now: How he toured across Canada on a bike — confirming the next night’s show from the green room of the venue he was currently sound-checking in. On that bike tour, he ran a half-marathon in every city, raised money, donated every cent to Leukemia research. On the next tour, he ran half-marathons for Heart And Stroke while at the same time recording 2011’s We’re All Dying To Live, featuring over 500 players. And his first EP, Personal Publication, syncs up perfectly with How The Grinch Stole Christmas and 2014’s Ephemeral with The Little Prince. How every show features a custom video opening and a party under a parachute and at the end of that show, he puts his phone number up and you texted him.

Well, Rich saved all those numbers in his rolodex (totalling almost 16,000 friends and strangers), so if you’ve received a text from Rich today, or saw a poster around town, or on social media, asking Rich to text you, then you’ve likely already heard the news that there’s a new EP coming out on March 16. It shouldn’t surprise you to learn that when Aucoin’s computer was stolen on a surf trip in Costa Rica in 2016, along with it went most of the recordings for the new EP. Gone. All but one completely finished new song which he had sent to his manager. That song was to be the last song of the new EP. And that record? He didn’t just start over — he made his best work ever: spanning through electro-jungle variations to joyous and catchy orchestral pop.

Good Enough Live Karaoke • Sept 15, 2017


With Special Guest Kelly Prescott
Friday September 15, 2017 •
Doors 9PM, Show 10PM
Tickets: $5 (+SC) advance, $7 door • 19+


Good Enough features a versatile group of musicians with eclectic tastes in music. They formed on a whim with two week’s notice in December 2013 when the booker at The Hoxton needed an awesome cover band for an ad agency gig. In rehearsals they threw together a 40-song repertoire practicing at breakneck speed until a song sounded “good enough.” Since then they’ve logged almost 500 hours of stage time and thrill audiences at their twice monthly gigs at the Gladstone Hotel and Junction City Music Hall. The crowds include a slew of regulars, the Good Heads, who, enamoured with the thrill of being onstage, have become addicted to great times with Good Enough.

The past year has been epic for the band which now features two line-ups and has added Motown Karaoke to the repertoire. This summer they’ve played an array of stages including Ontario Place and Burl’s Creek for the inaugural Big Feastival. Their out of town shows at Heartwood Concert Hall in Owen Sound are always sold out days in advance and the band is thrilled to be playing twice a month at the epic new Rec Room Roundhouse – a massive game complex at the base of the CN Tower.

Last fall the Good Enough was the house band for Mongrel Media’s funhouse at the Toronto International Film Festival. Singers included Oscar-winning director Atom Egoyan, the iconic Mary Margaret O’Hara and Cityline’s Tracy Moore. During their five-night residency, with three other gigs thrown in that week, the band clocked over 40 hours on stage and were immediately invited back for TIFF2017! The previous summer they played the Dundas West Fest and tore up the stage at Yonge-Dundas Square for an epic three-hour set where lucky members of the crowd were pulled on stage to sing with the band. The band has rocked corporate conventions at the Sheraton Centre, Toronto Congress Center, summer office parties, team-building events for associates of Boston Consulting and FreshBooks plus weddings and private parties at the Four Seasons Yorkville.

Wonder & Awe: The Magic of Brandon Love • Dec 2


Friday November 25, 2016 • Doors 7:00pm, show 8:00pm • 19+
Mills Hardware (95 King St. E., Hamilton)
Cover: Pay What You Can 

More than just a magic show, Wonder & Awe: The Magic of Brandon Love is an experience you’ll want to be a part of. Brandon’s unique brand of magic has been performed around the world leaving audiences delighted and awestruck. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience Wonder & Awe! This is a Pay What You Can event — there is no ticket price, but your contributions are welcome at the door!