DJ's Nic Fanciulli and Seth Troxler
Clubbers will raise funds for autistic children at a night to mark the return of Maidstone’s newest music festival.
A night of dance music will be held in the basement lounge at Buddha Belly, in Pudding Lane, tomorrow, to celebrate the return of The Social, which made its debut last September in Mote Park.
Organiser and Maidstone-born DJ Nic Fanciulli has chosen to donate profits from ticket sales for next week’s show to The Quest School in Roughetts Road, Ryarsh.
The dad-of-one, from West Malling, said: “I wanted to launch this year’s The Social with an intimate event and it was the perfect opportunity to do something for a charity which is close to my heart. They do fantastic things at The Quest School.
“It’s going to be a great night and I’m excited to announce our plans for The Social.”
The world-famous performer will play at the gig, joined on the decks by a number of others, including brother Mark and American DJ Seth Troxler.
For more details and tickets, search The Social on Facebook.