RENOWNED DJ Nathan Dawe says he is looking forward to making his Dorset debut at one of Bournemouth’s biggest club nights of the year.

Nathan started honing his turntable talents at the age of 11. Now he is making his own music. His debut single, Cheatin’, was picked up by Atlantic Records, and has been streamed over 430,000 times since its August release. He also played alongside Tinie Tempah in Ibiza.

Nathan is now headlining the Foreverland Enchanted Forest Rave tour which includes The Old Fire Station in Bournemouth on Saturday, November 10.

Nathan Dawe told Leisure Live: “I’m really excited to play in Bournemouth, I’ve heard great things about this particular crowd and the set up and production for Foreverland events. You can expect a multi-genre set from me, jam-packed with everything from bassline to hip hop, and grime to drum and bass.”

The Bournemouth venue will be transformed into an enchanted forest for what is described as “a night of immersive raving”.

Organisers promise “game changing names from the worlds of garage and jungle” including Jaguar Skills,, DJ Luck & MC Neat and Artful Dodger, DJ Q, FooR and Skepsis.

There will be mythical beast puppeteers roaming the dancefloor, pyrotechnic displays, inflatable creatures, dry ice, confetti cannons. Face and body painting experts will also be on hand to create eye-popping designs throughout the night.

Foreverland is described as a mini-festival environment that was created in Bournemouth in 2015. Around 24,000 clubbers attended the last tour. Early bird tickets (£10 plus booking fee) are now available from