Singapore - The Facebook post on the club's official page on Monday that stated that the club would open its doors for "the final time" on Saturday, was the result of "misinformation".
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In a Facebook post on Monday, it informed fans that the club will open its doors for the last time this Saturday, Nov 2.
The post, which has been taken down, read: "It has been two wonderful years of partying, dancing, late nights and early mornings. Thank you for your continued love and support, as we would like to dedicate this closing weekend to all of you!"
A spokesperson for Marina Bay Sands also told the media that the night club will soon be closed for renovations. However, they did not say if Avalon will retain its brand name when it re-opens after the said renovations.
Avalon, a Hollywood nightclub brand, was brought to Singapore in 2011 by Steve Adelman and John Lyons.
The 17,000 square foot establishment created a buzz when it was first announced that the brand name club will be coming to our shores.