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The BIG indoor party returns this October, and we can’t wait!

The MS Norrona in Pembroke Dock, 1990.

Party organisers have let it slip that there will be another huge dance event coming this October at the Park House Centre, in Withybush, Haverfordwest.

Although organisers are keeping tight lipped about their massive line up but they have told us to tell you party people to keep their eyes peeled on social media! IN BOUND SOON!


Check out our review form their last event:

Pembrokeshire nigthlife really hasn’t recovered from COVID-19. 

It almost seems as though the younger generation just hasn’t bothered getting out of bed and going to the clubs.

But things are changing, large scale, big room events are back, the likes that havent been seen in 20 years since the legendary Evolution Experience nights.

The good news is that this isn’t another “Drum n’ Bass” night.

‘2 to the 90’s’ has broken the mold of other promoters and gone big, they must have the motto ‘Go Big or go home’.

A unique 90s rave up drew ONE THOUSAND partygoers to the Park House Centre on July 23.

Chart toppers such as Ultrabeat, N-trance, Kelly Llorrenna all took to the stage which was hosted by Ben from another chart topper, Phats and Small.

The group responsible for the fantastic Flamingo Bingo is also the driving factor behind this spectacular event. The 90s night was no exception to Flamingo Bingo’s high calibre production qualities, which include the best sound systems, sophisticated lighting, smoke blowers, and other technological marvels from Sound Hire Wales.

The transformation of a hanger into a massive celebration comparable to stadiums and concerts astounded partygoers One party goer said: “Its brilliant! It’s like being at the Motorpoint arena except its in Haverfordwest!”

We spoke to the team behind the event who said “This event was magical, people haven’t stopped talking about it, we are definately going to be doing another one or two this year, watch this space!”

Our reporter at the Pembrokeshire Herald said “It’s really good to see events like these back in Pembrokeshire, we certainly cannot wait to go to the next one!”