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News When the music's over ... GARLANDS TO CLOSE AFTER 25 'AMAZING'.

Byline: ELLE MAY RICE ECHO Reporter elle.mayrice@trinitymirror.com @ellemayrice

ONE of Liverpool's best-loved clubs has closed its doors for the final time this week.

Garlands, one of the city's most popular nightclubs, has been around for 25 years - and we've all had a crazy night there.

Known for its unmistakable blend of colourful exuberance, outrageously wild entertainment and huge line-up of DJs, Garlands is known throughout the city - but now it's time to say goodbye.

Taking to Facebook to share the news, Garlands said: "25 amazing years at our home on Eberle street (Minus our little trip to Dale Street while we rebuilt the club) has come to an end.

"Since 99, Garlands has given us all a place to dance and really be who you want to be!

"Over the years, there have been so many incredible memories made in that building. We have loved, danced, cried and, in some cases, married one another.

"To find a nightclub with so many amazing characters would be a difficult task.

"To start giving shout-outs to the people that made Garlands so fabulous would require a book thicker than the Yellow Pages, but each and every one of you helped to create a true Liverpool institution, and we cannot thank you enough for all of your support.

"Through the highs and lows, it has been an incredible journey. Garlands for a lot of people became not only a safe place to spend your weekends, but a chosen family to grow with.

"Although there will not be any more Garlands parties at 8-10, Eberle Street, the party is not over for us.

"We are working with some select clubs across Europe who share our values of the main element of the party being fun. Follow the yellow brick road to the dance floor."

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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 9, 2019
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