Award-winning family rave crew Big Fish Little Fish are returning to Bournemouth for another afternoon of child-friendly daytime clubbing, with headline DJ Mark Archer from 90s legend Altern 8.  Mark is celebrating 30 years in the business this year with his “Man Behind The Mask” tour, and has rocked dance floors across the globe in his many guises.  Altern 8 were probably his best known outfit with the trademark mask and boiler suit – something which he still wears for his DJ and live sets.

A fringe event for the Arts By The Sea Festival, this Space-themed event will be held at The Old Fire Station, where BFLF have been throwing events since early 2017.

As well as being able to throw shapes on the multi-sensory dance floor (with bubbles, balloons, confetti cannons and more), there’ll be crafting, a colouring mural, play dough table, a small play area for the older children, plus a baby chill area with soft seating.  The event rounds up with the signature parachute dance on the dance floor, plus there’s a licensed bar for the adults to enjoy a sociable drink should they feel like it.

The event is themed, this time it’s “Planetary Intergalactic”, so dust off your best Space-themed outfits, grab your tickets, and come rave with us!

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