Lincoln’s newest nightclub, Lola Lo, will open its doors to the public on Friday, April 6, after a two-month refurb.
The new club saw Sakura, a Japanese-themed club at 281 High Street, close down to be replaced by the Hawaiian unit.
Both brands are managed by Eclectic Bars.
The club will keep the original three bars and lit dance floor, but is now adorned in “Tiki” Hawaiian decorations.
Entry will usually start at £3 on the door, with guestlist prices from £2 or complimentary entry offers.
However, entry at weekends will be exclusively for over 21s.
There are currently six Lola bars across the UK, known for their drinks menu, some served in quirky glasses.
Prices for cocktails begin at £2.95 for shooters, with an average price of £6.65 for cocktail favourites.
The club also offers four-person sharer drinks, costing £20.95, and run special offers.
The club’s first opening night, a special VIP night on April 5, will feature street entertainers, a bongo player, a saxophonist and some complimentary cocktails and canapés.
The Lincolnite takes a look around the newest Lola Lo in preparation for the VIP night.