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Muzik

  • Location: 15 Saskatchewan Road
  • Phone: 416.595.9998
  • Layout: Large Entertainment Complex – 41,000 square feet
  • Atmosphere: Upscale
  • Age Group: 23 +
  • Average Cost: $25-$50
  • Hours: 9:00pm – 3:00am
  • Description:
    Imagine 41,000 square feet of possibility. Picture a chameleon-like entertainment space undefined by convention. Envision a whole new way of nightlife in Toronto. This is MUZIK.

    MUZIK is located in the former Horticulture Building at Exhibition Place. It has undergone a complete interior restoration creating a state-of-the-art atmosphere for hosting concerts, product launches, photo shoots, corporate and special events. MUZIK also has a very large outside patio area which overlooks the lake that is the perfect setting for a reception and/or barbeque. On the grounds are numerous E.B. Cox works featuring huge limestone sculptures of mythical figures.

    The flexible size of MUZIK allows the venue to host groups ranging in size from 100 to 3,000. MUZIK’s interior space houses nine fully equipped bars in the main event area and the flexibility to create a number of private bars for V.I.P. hosting. The three acres of outdoor licensed patio space also allow for additional capacity and the ability to set up customized bars, patios, tents and cabanas. The venue also houses a full kitchen facility with convectional ovens and walk-in freezer and fridge.

    Relaxing under a 60 foot-high classical glass dome is an experience that can only be had at MUZIK – picture “A Canadian in Paris”. Preserving the classical features of the former Horticultural Building while presenting a new and innovative ambiance within, MUZIK keeps one foot in the past and one in the future. The massive space can easily be transformed into private sections and make use of the sectional leather couches, custom-made tables and Persian rugs that are included with the venue. The chic yet sophisticated decor and facilities were designed by Precipice Studios.

    Juxtaposing classical charm with modern magnificence, MUZIK is the anchor of Toronto’s historical exhibition grounds and also the city’s most innovative entertainment venue. The one-level, beaux-arts style building provides a luxury playground for international industry players who appreciate first-class service and outstanding entertainment.

    MUZIK has been home to a plethora of corporate events since its opening in October 2005 for Toronto Fashion Week. MUZIK has been the venue of choice for the Audi launch of the new Q7, Molson Grand Prix Driver’s VIP Party and many other events.

    The venue continues to host top-notch events catering to a wide variety of local and international businesses. Please click on the following categories to see more information on past and future events, as well as contact information.

    Experiencing a new level of entertainment is what MUZIK is all about. With MUZIK’s state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, the possibilities are endless. Clients can add to the audio/visual system with any specific requirements that they may have.

    The Horticulture Building is an easily recognized building to millions of people who attended the CNE over its 129 years of existence. Designed by G.W. Gouinlock and completed in 1907, the Horticulture Building is a presentation of classical features and beaux arts style. The building is a prominent structure of the City of Toronto’s Inventory of Heritage Properties. The image of the building will be seen in the skyline as well as from the Gardiner Expressway – a major highway to the downtown business area.

    In 1961, the floral competitions were moved to allow the Horticulture Building to host Mediscope ’61, an exhibit of medical equipment and procedures sponsored by the Ontario Medical Association. In the following year, however, the traditional use of the Horticulture Building as a centre for floral displays and competitions was restored.

    Highlights of the building include the large glazed central dome, distinctive layout, and decorative portico entrances. The central dome and interconnected pavilions, are designed to maximize the utilization of the natural light.

    Re-inventing the wheel keeps MUZIK alive. Since its complete interior restoration in 2005, MUZIK is looking onwards and upwards at new ways to mold the space into various set-ups.

    MUZIK is located close to the downtown core with views to the Lake and ample parking is available.

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