Much-loved Liverpool nightclub The Krazyhouse is set to close later this summer.
The Wood Street venue has announced on its Facebook page that it will shut its doors at the end of July.
But patrons are being told to get ready for a “new era” when the nightspot returns in September following refurbishment works.
A longtime popular haunt for students and fans of alternative music, The Krazyhouse posted a flyer yesterday (12 July) advertising its ‘End of an era’ final weekend party.
Earlier this month, the club said it would be reopening in September “bigger and better than ever before”.
Spread over three floors, the first level (K1) is devoted to rock and metal, with a stage for live music events.
The second floor (K2) is for indie/ pop-punk/ alternative lovers, whilst the top floor (K3) is home to dance and chart DJ’s, as well as an infamous rhinoceros statue.