Family-friendly raves are set to return to Aberdeen
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.