Fam­ily raves re­turn to Gran­ite City with well-known DJ be­hind decks

Evening Express (City Final) - - News -

FAM­ILY-FRIENDLY raves are set to re­turn.

Big Fish Lit­tle Fish (BFLF) is bring­ing its bub­ble ma­chines and glit­ter can­nons back to the Gran­ite City, af­ter al­most a year.

The Assem­bly on Skene Ter­race will be taken over on May 6 by the com­pany and DJ for the day Anne Sav­age, who has sup­ported the likes of Kasabian and Pen­du­lum.

As well as mu­sic, the event will fea­ture a crafts area, along with a chill out and play space for the kids. BFLF Scot­land man­ager Kirstie Wil­son said: “We can’t wait to come back to Aberdeen, and es­pe­cially to be host­ing Anne for her first fam­ily rave ex­pe­ri­ence. “A few guests had rec­om­mended Anne as she now lives lo­cally, so we asked the ques­tion and were de­lighted by her en­thu­si­asm and sup­port for what we’re do­ing across Scot­land. Scot­land has such a long, proud his­tory in mu­sic and we’re thrilled to be part of con­tin­u­ing this great tra­di­tion.

“It’s so bril­liant for chil­dren be in a fun en­vi­ron­ment and to ac­tu­ally be able to see their par­ents en­joy it too.” BFLF has picked-up its fourth suc­ces­sive Fan­tas­tic for Fam­i­lies award for Best Fam­ily Event.

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