Nate Valentino will be DJ-ing Pink Wig Night at the start of Falmouth Week on August 10 in Events Square to raise money to help fight breast cancer.

Falmouth resident, Nate plays his own innovative mixes, drawing on an encyclopedic knowledge of music of all genres, often introducing emerging artists heard through his growing network of DJ, label and artist contacts.

As a previous resident DJ on Falmouth’s club scene, Nate has provided musical links for acts performing backstage at the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival and he keeps an eye out for exciting new songs and sounds before they hit the mainstream.

Before Falmouth life, he performed regularly in Camden, has been a resident at Pacha globally with regular appearances in Ibiza and has had a good review in NME for one of his mixes for Lana Del Rey.

Energetic party band The Strutts will keep the pink wigged ladies entertained with great song covers spanning up to five decades of popular music. The Strutts play music by artists from Aretha Franklin and Earth Wind and Fire to Adele and Daft Punk.

Although Pink Wig Night is an all-female event to raise funds for Cornwall Breast Care Team and Breast Cancer Now with most of the money raised staying in Cornwall, the presence of Nate Valentino, Betty Stoggs and Paul Wickes dressed up as the Pink Wig mascot Mable Moobs and cyclists Chris, Ryan and Stephan known as the Pink Wig Riders remind us that breast cancer can occasionally effect men too.