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Gift Shop strives to perform the music of The Tragically Hip with dedication, attention to detail, respect, and grace, too.

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Upcoming Shows:


Aug 4 - Semiahmoo Days - Spirit Stage at Semiahmoo Park (South Surrey) - 4:00-5:00pm Info here!

Aug 10 - The Bennett (South Surrey) 8pm show Tickets here!

Aug 16 - Ribfest - McLeod Athletic Park (Langley) - 2:00-3:00pm (Admission by donation) Info here!

Aug 24 - Highwayman Pub (White Rock)

Sept 7 - Corky's Irish Pub (Chilliwack)

Oct. 19 - The Roxy (Vancouver)

Oct 26 - Sossy's Saloon (Agassiz)

Past Shows:


Jan 13 - HUB Co Brewing (Mission)

Jan 20 - West Beach Bar & Grill (White Rock - private event)

Jan 26 - Roberts Creek Legion (Roberts Creek)

Jan 27 - Sechelt Legion (Sechelt)

Feb 10 - Corky's Irish Pub (Chilliwack) 

Feb 17 - The Roxy (Vancouver)

Feb 24 - Green Timbers Pub (Surrey)

March 1 - Seymour's Pub (North Vancouver)

March 9 - The Bennett (South Surrey)

April 6 - Club 240 @ Crescent Beach Legion (White Rock)

April 20 - The Bennett (PoCo)

May 11 - Sossy's Saloon (Agassiz)

June 1 - The Bennett (PoCo)

June 14 - The Roxy (Vancouver)

June 22 - Summer Solstice Festival (Pemberton)

June 29 - Container Brewing (Vancouver)

July 1 - Canada Day @ Mountainview Brewing (Hope)

July 20 - Private Event (Vancouver)

July 21 - Ribfest - Rocky Point Park Stage (Port Moody) 

January 14 - Admiral Pub (Burnaby)
February 10 - The Bennett (PoCo)
April 8 - The Wolf (Maple Ridge)
April 21 - Roxy Nightclub (Vancouver)

May 19 - Admiral Pub (Burnaby)

May 27 - The Bennett (Surrey) 

June 3 - The Wolf (Maple Ridge)

June 10 - The Bennett (PoCo)

June 29 - Deep Cove Shaw Theatre (North Vancouver)

July 1 - Canada Day Event (Maple Ridge)

July 1 - The Biltmore (Vancouver) 

July 2 - Container Brewing (Vancouver)

July 6 - Nanaimo Bar (Nanaimo)

July 7 - Nanaimo Bar (Nanaimo)

July 10 - Music on the Wharf (Maple Ridge)

July 21 - Maple Ridge Golf Course - (private event)

July 29 - Mountainview Brewing - (Hope)

Sept 8 - The Wolf - (Maple Ridge)

Sept 9 - Corky's Irish Pub - (Chilliwack)

Sept 21 - Mission Springs Brewing - (Mission)

Oct 14 - Gibsons Legion - (Gibsons)

Oct 21 - The Bennett - (Surrey) 

Oct 28 - The Bennett - (PoCo)

Nov 3 - The Roxy - (Vancouver)

Dec 9 - Reach Pub - (Maple Ridge - private event) 

July 30 - Princeton Pub (Vancouver)
Nov 4 - The Wolf (Maple Ridge)

Nov 12 - Princeton Pub (Vancouver)
Nov19 - Terry Fox Theatre (Coquitlam)

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'Gift Shop - Tribute to The Tragically Hip', live clips from The Roxy, Feb. 17. 2024.

'Gift Shop - Tribute to The Tragically Hip', live clips from The Roxy, Feb. 17. 2024.

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Craig Rogers


A rock band wouldn't be complete without a solid rhythm section. Gift Shop couldn’t have asked for a greater talent than Craig Rogers, who plays an instrumental role in the success of the group.  Craig prides himself in replicating the driving rhythm, guitar tones, feel, and wonderful back up vocals of Paul Langlois.

Craig A. Brown

Bass Guitar

Craig proves the importance of having a solid “spine” in a rock band. Without the foundation that his bass playing provides, there is no chance at being successful. Steady, consistent, super intelligent and supportive, one could not ask for a better band mate or friend.


Cory Davis


Without a solid drummer keeping the meter and tempo consistent, there can be no tight band. Cory provides so much to Gift Shop. His dedication to getting the drum sounds and tempo “album correct” are only eclipsed by his professional steadfastness. It also doesn’t hurt that we get to rehearse for free in his basement!!

Alan Cragg

Lead Guitar

Alan is a long time industry professional and veteran of many local rock acts. Gift Shop is lucky to have his creative energy and soulful guitar solos as a highlight to its live performances. Smart, funny and self-deprecating, Alan is a stand out both technically and during live concerts.


Ian McDonnell


Ian has always been a big fan of Gord Downie. Long before he decided to join Gift Shop and pay tribute the the Hip, he was influenced by Gord and the band when creating his own music. Gord’s poetic brilliance set the bar for lyric writing and connecting with an audience. His stage presence and charisma were a lofty goal to try and replicate. Not parody, or duplicate, but channel and pay homage to. 

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