A group of music lovers have organised a series of new events to improve Accrington’s nightlife.
Chris Lorin, Dan Hacker and Scott Barnes said they have become ‘frustrated’ with the music scene in the area claiming there is nowhere for them to go for ‘lie-minded’ house fans.
Earlier this year they formed the group Su Casa Musica and will hold their first event at The Attic in Accrington featuring former Radio 1 DJ Lottie.
The event will be supported by other local DJs including Hi-Jaq from Accrington, Paul Domino, Tony Flood, Simon Johnson, Hakka from Rawtenstall and Chris Lorin.
IT consultant Chris, 35, said: “The idea is to try and bring a bit of life back into the town again in the evening if we can.
“We get bored of going to the same old places and hearing the same old sort of stuff everywhere you go.
“We wanted to try and bring something a bit different to try and get a different crowd.”
Lottie and the other DJs will perform at the Warner Street venue on Saturday, August 15 from 9pm and tickets cost £8.
Chris said they have also lined up other events in October and December and are hoping it will become a regular fixture.