Halo reopens for business

Miss Latin Quarter Galway, Caoimhe McClafferty, and Claire Keane, the newly selected Galway Rose, will be at Halo for the reopening.

Miss Latin Quarter Galway, Caoimhe McClafferty, and Claire Keane, the newly selected Galway Rose, will be at Halo for the reopening.

After being closed for a month, Halo reopens for business tomorrow night. The popular nightclub has undergone a full refurbishment and a huge level of interest has been generated as to what will be unveiled for the venues customers. Now nearing the eighth anniversary of its opening, Halo has been Galway’s premier night time venue for the over 23s.

Paula Feeeny, Halo’s marketing manager said: “We want to thank all of our customers for their continued loyalty and support and we look forward to welcoming everyone back to enjoy our newly refurbished club on the weekend of April 15 and 16."

Miss Latin Quarter Galway, Caoimhe McClafferty, and Claire Keane, the newly selected Galway Rose, will be on hand to welcome customers to the reopening event tomorrow at 11pm.

Halo will resume trading on Friday and Saturday nights each weekend, as well as on Bank Holiday Sunday nights and festive ccasions. Tables may be reserved on Friday and Saturday nights by calling 091 565976 from 9-5pm Monday to Friday. A perfect way to celebrate a birthday or special occasion, reservations at Halo receive priority access, reserved seating, and table service for the night. Halo is an over 23s club and ID may be required. For more details log onto www.halonightclub.com

 

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