Euphoradio Remembers The Hoxton
Many club goers are saying their final goodbyes this upcoming weekend as The Hoxton closes its doors for good. Yet another music venue is up for development after its lease has ended. The venue co-owner Richard Lambert commented on the matter saying “when you can’t do anything with the space – you can’t renovate, you can’t spend money – then you can’t build a future.”
Just two years after Guvernment Nightclub said its fairwell, the Hoxton hosts its last No Neon event that same weekend in January. Since 2010 the Hoxton has brought so many talented acts to Toronto’s fashion district. We are saying goodbye to the venue, but Embrace Presents will be moving their events to CODA, The Velvet Underground, Maison Mercer, and the Danforth Music Hall. The music lives on!
Although goodbyes are hard, we at Euphoradio are thankful for all the events we’ve been able to cover for the blog, and enjoy at our leisure. Some of our fondest memories in Toronto’s rave culture started at the Hoxton, and some of our personal milestones were shared there too. So here are some of the best moments our blog has caught at The Hoxton. RIP and remember – the music always lives on.
Serafina Thoma – Euphoradio