CLUBBERS: You have three weekends left to party at Viper

HERVEY Bay party goers have just three weekends left to head to Viper to get their midnight dance fix.

Owners of the night club confirmed on their social media page the business had been sold and passed to new owners.

The Viper will have its last operating night on June 3 before it will be temporarily closed for refurbishing.

The date that the new venue will open is yet to be announced.

Viper was advertised on the market for $125,000.

"Situated on a busy tourist strip amongst restaurants, this venue has great potential for experienced, motivated operators," the advertisement said.

"Currently only opened two nights a week with good takings from admission and liquor sales.

"Toyota courtesy van included in sale."

Club patrons reacted to the news, with hundreds tagging their friends and saying they will have to visit it once more before it closes.

Many of those under 18 expressed sadness they would not get to visit the popular night life destination.

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