THERE'LL be Fuzzyluv at The Waterfront Bar in Morecambe tomorrow (Friday) with a night of drum 'n' bass as a warm up to June's 'Urban Disturbance' Skate Festival.

Kicking off at 10pm, the event is part of a drive to plug local talent and will see 'Safe 'n' Sound' joining Softboy and OB1 behind the decks.

Music will range from funky and Brazilian beats through to dark and dirty sounds.

The night will also feature interactive audio-visual and projec-tions from Lancaster's Folly Gallery.

Co-promoting the night is Softboy, who runs Friday nights at The Crypt in Lancaster.

Fuzzyluv is a warm-up to June's Urban Disturbance, a skate and music festival at Lancaster's new skate park at Green Ayre.

It will feature displays from pro skaters and bmx-ers, a battle of the bands competition between local bands, DJs, breakdancers and a graffiti artist, complete with workshops. And best of all it's all free.

Fuzzyluv is run by the local, not-for-profit group 'Promote', with Lan-caster City Council arts and events, and aims to encourage young people to promote their own nights.

Advance tickets for Fuzzyluv are available from Robinson's on the university campus, Lancaster Tourist Information Centre or by calling the credit card line on 01524 582 803.