Well-known Galway nightclubs may come to market soon

Owners of Electric Garden and Halo are considering putting the venues on the market due to financial pressures caused by the pandemic

5th December, 2021
Well-known Galway nightclubs may come to market soon
The Electric Garden and Halo nightclubs on Abbeygate Street in Galway

The owners of well-known Galway nightclubs Electric Garden and Halo, known to older clubbers as Central Park or CPs, are considering putting the Abbeygate Street clubs on the market for sale.

The venues have traded successfully for 30 years, but after more than 18 months of trade being paused due to the pandemic, the owners are considering exiting the business.

As restrictions are easing and new opening hours are coming into effect, it is considered that this...

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