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Circa 1926 NYE

Everleigh
Wed December 31st (New Year's Eve)
9:30pm-2:00am
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Join us at Everleigh Nightclub for this special New Years Eve 2017 event; Circa 1926. Not quite a nightclub and not just a bar or lounge, the Everleigh is a fresh take on Canadian nightlife interpreted through nostalgia, art, music, cocktails and culture.

Party with a mature crowd and ring in your new year's eve in style on King West. This event will feature the best in hip hop, top 40 and old school. The Everleigh caters to evolved King West faithfuls by fusing old and new world concepts across two rooms to create a mature yet fun social experience.

Address
Everleigh, 580 King Street West, Toronto, ON
Area
Toronto, King West
Hours
9:30pm-2:00am
Event Type
New Year's Eve Event
Dates
Dec. 31st 2017 (New Years Eve 2018)
Minimum Age
21+ for men, 19+ for ladies
Crowd
Mature, Young Professionals
Dress Code
Stylish (no baggy jeans, athletic shoes, timberlands and sportswear)
Music
Top 40, Hip Hop, Retro 80's, Retro 90's
Price
Other

Everleigh on King West boasts a small courtyard patio outside of their concept driven venue where art, music, design and service all come together to provide an entertaining social experience in a truly unique venue. Created by the Capture Group and designed by Prototype Design Lab. The Everleigh is truly something fresh fusing old and new world concepts across two rooms to create a mature yet fun social experience while still offering next-generation club-goers a solid place to dance. The Everleigh also acts as a showcase for local and international artists and local performers.

The space includes original artwork by American street artist Alec Monopoly. With The Everleigh, Capture Group celebrates and re-interprets Canadiana, marrying iconic vintage ideas with street-edge design while adding a sexy opulent flair reminiscent of Chicago’s Everleigh Brothel in the early 1900s. Century-old antiques and bespoke art installations pepper the space. Creative integration of the discontinued copper penny infuses shine and texture throughout the venue; while Muskoka-themed washrooms offer a new take on an old world canoe. A flock of geese across the ceiling is a key focal point in the lounge representing the migration and evolution of King West in Toronto.

The Everleigh is open to the public every weekend as well is available for Private events and Corporate functions.

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