For a decade, many have walked into the Hi-Tone Café at its holiday best, with strands of lights lining the walls, on Christmas night to see local pop band Snowglobe.
It's a Christmas tradition with different intentions, some meet at the venue in need of a recharge after a day with the family, to meet up with a friend in town or just to have a good time.
Either way - Tuesday was most likely the last year many were able to meet up at a Snowglobe show.
"Yeah, it will be the last show that Snowglobe plays at the Hi-Tone, we just don't get to play a lot these days," said drummer Jeff Hulett.
The Hi-Tone is set to close at the end of February, and the band doesn't plan to switch to another club in the area like The Young-Avenue Deli.
But venue space is not the only reason why Snowglobe may not play another Christmas show again.
Hulett said some band members, including himself, have kids - which makes it a little more difficult to do the show every Christmas.