A 90s Rave night is heading back to Cumbria following a sold-out debut earlier this year.

Following a well-received event in Carlisle back in the spring, the show will this time head to Electric Soup for its first outing in Workington on Saturday July 28.

Last Night Events Ltd's 90s Rave night has been a sell-out success in various cities already, promising accomplished visiting DJs and local favourites on the bill.

Lloyd Haines will once again headline. Having started from the bottom, playing local gigs for friends and a mere few party-goers before making his stamp in Cardiff, he is now an Elrow, Zoo Project Ibiza, Defected and Ministry of Sound regular.

Haines has gone on to Inside Out Festival and Colour Clash, billed with heavyweights ranging from OC & Verde, Claptone and Annie Mac to Tom Zanetti and Craig David; an illustration of his far-reaching appeal and respect among the greats.

Along the way, he has supported distinguished artists, such as Mark Knight, Jasper James, Latmun & Detlef, Josh Butler, Raffa FL, Waff, Richy Ahmed, Dennis Cruz and Waze & Oddysey.

Two well-known Workington DJs also feature: Andy Kelly and Kai Gilhespy are familiar faces in and around the area and have both also played huge gigs at Electric Soup in the past.

Andy Kelly has recently performed at SancFest, Cumbria's first-ever dance music festival, while Kai supported the likes of Mark Jenkyns and Ki Creighton, gaining recognition for his high energy which he brings his DJ sets.

Last Night Events 90's Rave residents Pince (Cal Donoghue), Tucker (Thomas Foster), K.B. (Kyle Brown) and Chris White - all from Carlisle - were part of the first sell-out edition in Carlisle, and have become integral to the event. They all appear in Workington too.

Expect to hear music that recalls the 90s glory days of dance classics, trance, techno, disco, house and garage.

The event at Electric Soup on Saturday 28 starts at 10pm, and tickets are available in advance via www.skiddle.com