Are you, or your son or daughter, the Isle of Wight's next big thing in DJing?

Katie Warburton, who runs Rascal Raves, is behind an upcoming a competition for talented 10 to 20-year-olds from the Island.

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On April 20, finalists in her young DJs competition will strut their stuff in Bembridge.

The prize will see one of them named winning DJ and picked to join her team at a festival on the mainland.

Isle of Wight County Press:

How to enter the Rascal Raves DJ competition

  • To enter, send a 10 minute-long mix to

Katie explained she set up Rascal Raves to give the Island's people more to do.

"There’s not much for teens. I want to run more nights for them," she said.

Meanwhile, Rascal Raves returns to the bill at Camp Bestival, at Lulworth in Dorset, in July.

The mission is to deliver drum and bass with a twist, so more mature ravers can enjoy time on the dance floor with their children.

"This year we are going bigger with more giant balloons, confetti & dancers," at Camp Bestival, said the team.