GLOW nightclub is re-opening at the end of August
The Return Party is at the end of the month!!
GLOW nightclub is set to re-open on August 30th after its closure during the national lockdown. In a “Major Announcement” shared to Instagram, GLOW revealed that they plan to re-open on the bank holiday weekend of Sunday August 30th, from 10pm-4am.
This comes after Generation re-opened as a bar at the beginning of July.
A spokesperson for GLOW says that they “have the best systems in place to ensure that you have the best night out.” They stated that they will follow government guidelines by “operating at a lower capacity despite all three rooms being due to reopen”.
GLOW also reassured prospective clubbers that “Customer and staff safety is their number 1 priority” and that the new GLOW night out will consist of:”A great night out, VIP booths, premium bottle service, DJs and amazing entertainment.”
Tickets for the “return party” are available to buy at Fatsoma, with ticket prices starting at £20.
GLOW is a student fave, known for doing themed nights such as TABUKI and LUedms. However, some students are unsure about the re-opening.
Alice, a second year student said: “Don’t get me wrong, I love GLOW. But I really thought that clubs wouldn’t be re-opening yet? I’m just not sure about it. Of course, I really wanna go on a night out – but I’m just cautious about social distancing and how bouncers will be policing it.”
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Glow is back 🔥 Bank Holiday Sunday 30th of August 10pm -4am 🕺🏼 The return party *with a difference* 🙌 Tickets are on sale now at WWW.GLOWNIGHTCLUB.CO.UK 🎫 LINK IN BIO 🥂 Selected drinks 2 for £5 🥃🥃 Double up for £1 ❗️Full venue open ‼️ Brand new LED screen & lighting effects * With a difference * ➖ Operating at a lower capacity ➖ Keeping in line with the government guidelines ➖ Our staff & customers safety is our number 1 priority ❗️See our website for safety guidelines
First year student, Connor added: “I think it will be one of those things where going to club events feels wrong and you’re not sure you’re doing the right thing, but when you’re there, you’ll be so happy it’s open that it will be a sick night.” Connor was pleased that at least some of Lancaster’s nightlife will be back for his second year of study, even if it’s not a “normal” night-out.
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