January 27, 2012 10.23 am This story is over 142 months old

Sakura nightclub to close for Hawaiian rebrand

New theme: Sakura will be transformed into a newly themed bar next month.

A popular club on Lincoln’s High Street will be closing its doors next month in order to refurb into a new venue.

Sakura is a Japanese-themed nightclub, best known for its light-up dance floor and club nights such as Hed Kandi and £1 drinks nights throughout the week.

However, its final night will be on February 4, afterwards closing down to be rebranded as Hawaiian chain Lola Lo.

Sakura announced the news on its Facebook page, stressing that despite Sakura leaving the city, the similar venue would fill the space.

The new club will be open to the public from April 6, with a VIP event the night before.

Both Sakura and Lola Lo are chains owned by Eclectic Bars. Before Sakura, the unit was a Po Na Nas, also run under the same company.

An example of the interior, at Lola Lo Cambridge

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 news comes after the recent opening of club and restaurant Home Lincoln and supermansion nightclub Tokyo.