If you’ve been out in Toronto to check out some electronic music acts in recent years, chances are you’ve been the The Hoxton.
The space at Bathurst and King often had lineups around the block on weekends. The Hoxton has hosted everyone from Kanye West to Skrillex, Diplo, and Flume.
And now, the popular venue has announced that it will be closing its doors for good at the end of January.
The final shows at the Hoxton will take place on January 27 and 28, and will feature Deorro on the Friday, and No Neon with Hunter Siegel on Saturday.
A statement on the Hoxton’s Facebook page reads:
We would like to thank all the DJs & bands that have played at the Hoxton, our staff and of course the fans who came out and supported our events. We are excited for what this final month will bring and hope to see you all at the Hoxton one last time.
Having been around for a while, and having had some amazing artists roll through, The Hoxton will certainly be missed in the city.
Diplo & A-Trak multiple times, Chance’s first Toronto show, Hudson Mohawke. Thanks for the memories @the_hoxton
— Yung Mahinmi (@MANINGA5) January 13, 2017
Wow rip to The Hoxton. Probably my favorite club in Toronto
— Run the Table (@Perrdogg_73) January 13, 2017
— AcidReignProductions (@AcidRP) January 13, 2017
Add The Hoxton on to the list of Toronto venues shutting down in January. Wow. What a horrible month for Toronto music.
— Josh Beaulne (@joshuabeaulne) January 13, 2017