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New mega-club complex replacing Sound Academy

It's been nearly a year since the Guv held its farewell rager. But, despite that major loss to Toronto's club scene, INK Entertainment will be replacing the Sound Academy with a new mega-club complex in 2016.

The Sound Academy, one of this city's much-derided venues, will shut its doors in January. This 45,000 square-foot space will be reborn as an entertainment multiplex that'll feature multiple bars, a concert hall and a discreet backstage club, according to an INK news release.

It'll be designed by Studio Munge to reach "new heights of hedonism," the revamped Sound Academy will include a "fashionable black and gold colour scheme, high-gloss contemporary surfaces, unusual animalistic and vegetal patterns, and subversive graphics," notes the release.

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This still unnamed venue will be connected to the Cabana Pool Bar and it's slated to have skyline views as well as a massive dance floor.

Are you excited for Toronto's newest mega-club? Let us know in the comments.

Renderings via Ink.


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