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Cheltenham's Subtone nightclub to close

A Cheltenham institution for 20 years, Subtone will close after one final event on New Year's Eve, moving into its basement space, Bongo Bar.

Cheltenham’s leading late-night club, Subtone, is set to close after a special New Year’s Eve event on Saturday 31 December 2016, moving into its Bongo Bar.

One of the town’s finest nightclubs with five bars, each sporting a unique vibe, Subtone has remained a firm favourite among revellers for 20 years since opening in 1996, famous for its piano bar and extended opening hours.

While party-goers will be saying goodbye to the Subtone they know, the club will be continuing to deliver live music and DJ events in the Bongo Bar throughout 2017.

For more information call (01242) 575925.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 20 December 2016

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