The seventh instalment of the popular Space Party nights takes place at Falmouth Rugby Club on Saturday.

The sellout events at Penryn Rugby Club forced the promoters to look for a larger venue; Falmouth offered an exciting alternative and a 3am late licence.

To celebrate the move one of Cornwall's most famed DJs, Luke Vibert will be returning to his home town of Falmouth to play a two-hour homecoming set.

Luke's work has been lauded the world over since the early nineties; he's considered one of the pioneers of the trip hop genre, a drum and bass trailblazer and has a cult following for his experiments in acid techno.

Supporting Luke will be local DJ's Analogue Cabin, Oliver Scott, Outluke and the Penryn Space Agency.

Needless to say this night will be wildly eclectic, so expect the unexpected.

Cosmic themed fancy dress has become de rigeur at Space Party nights, but far from compulsory. Everyone is welcome, regardless of which planetary system they've beamed in from.

Advanced tickets are available on Facebook from Outluke and on the night, doors open at 9pm.

The Penryn space agency and the analogue cabin both run a monthly show on Falmouth's Source FM. we have a Martin Audio W8 Soundsystem (as used in Printworks, London).