IT’S the magical club night where event-goers are encouraged to “embrace their inner child”.

Foreverland, which launched in Bournemouth two and and a half years ago, returns home this weekend as part of a major nationwide tour.

The Foreverland tour will visit 20 locations across the UK, mixing headline DJ talent with eye-popping circus acts to create a world of paranormal activity.

Foreverland creator, Connor Scanlon said: “We can’t wait to bring Foreverland back to Bournemouth. Our production is going to be bigger and better than ever. When you step into our world, you step back into the magic and wonderment of childhood, and of course we throw in a healthy shot of fun, debauchery and a quality soundtrack to make a trip to Foreverland something you’ll never forget.”

Foreverland brings a bespoke stage build with themed characters performing theatrics throughout the night, giant props, inflatables, circus acts and acrobats. It is the ultimate adventure playground where growing old doesn’t mean growing up.

Quality music underpins the entertaining visual feast at Foreverland and organisers are delighted to welcome to the stage, the legendary jungle MC, General Levy.

Best known for the hit single Incredible with M Beat back in 1994, his impressive career spans 20 years and the recent release of new album Be Conscious & Wise’ proves General Levy is still at the top of his game.

Levy will headline as MC, alongside big-bass star Taiki Nulight, plus the Foreverland resident DJs, Taim, Bassic and Jy.

Foreverland is at The Old Fire Station this Saturday from 10pm to 4am. Advance tickets can be purchased from £12.50 plus booking fee from