The club will close after six years due to planned residential redevelopment of the site.
The Leeds club, first opened in 2012, will shut after its last party, on New Year's Day, because of redevelopment plans earmarked for the venue and surrounding area. It will announce its final seasonal schedule on Tuesday, August 14th, including details of its final party on NYD. The multipurpose venue has hosted big-ticket dance music acts such as Groove Armada, Annie Mac and Marc Kinchen in the past year. It's also brought Disclosure, Four Tet, Caribou and the Innervisions crew to Brandon Street.
The director, Mark Newton, said: "It is with a heavy heart we've had to announce the closing of Canal Mills. Although leaving a place with so many happy memories is a sad moment, it's nice to do it on a high with the space being more popular than ever."
Alan Fitzpatrick, Artwork, Bondax, Alexis Taylor and Bicep are among the acts scheduled to perform at Canal Mills before the end of the year.
The former textile mill will be redeveloped into an apartment and commercial complex.