A prominent fixture in Miami Beach’s nightlife, Treehouse, has unexpectedly closed its doors, marking the end of an era. The club recently held its final parties over the past weekend, catching many by surprise. In an Instagram post last Thursday, Treehouse announced its closing party scheduled for August 4th. The post featured the words “Everything Must Go!” along with a special offer for fans: purchasing one bottle of tequila before midnight would earn them another free bottle, and buckets of beer were available for $45.
Treehouse had made its mark on Miami Beach over the last ten years, particularly with its involvement in its own Music Week. The news of its abrupt closure shocked devoted patrons. However, this wasn’t the first instance of such a situation; in 2021, owner and operator Michael Freundlich had put Treehouse up for sale, with interested buyers needing to make offers in cash or Bitcoin.
Following the memorable closing party on August 4th, Treehouse hosted another closing event the next night. In an Instagram post, the club mentioned, “Make sure to witness this epic battle of New School vs. Old School on our closing night.” August 5th marked the end of Treehouse’s event-hosting journey, a club that had originally opened in 2011.
On that farewell night, Miami’s dedicated clubgoers bid adieu to one of Miami Beach’s most vibrant nightclubs. Despite facing a brief hiatus in 2017 and navigating the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Treehouse continued to thrive. While Treehouse’s chapter has concluded, the future of Miami’s nightlife scene remains promising, with the anticipation of which establishment will take over the space left vacant by Treehouse. Notably, a May article by Thrillist listed Treehouse as one of the must-visit nightclubs in Miami.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology