After 8 years of being on top of Toronto’s eclectic nightlife scene, Maison Mercer, the 12,000 square-foot venue on Mercer St in Toronto will soon be demolished to make way for the 45-storey  Nobu Residences.

In an Instagram post this week, the club wrote: “After spending numerous nights with Toronto’s party people on Mercer Street, Maison Mercer is officially shuttering its doors.”

“While this marks the end of years of sold-out parties, appearances by celebrities and performances by some of the globe’s most renown  musicians, it breaks our hearts to say that this downtown beacon for nightlight is departing the entertainment district.”

Winners of many accolades at the Toronto Nightclub Awards over the years, the city bids farewell for the next 4 weeks as the club is closed forever on Sun July 1st.

If you want to take yourself back to the many parties over the years there, here’s a huge collection of images courtesy


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