A DRUM and bass night is going to be held in one of Salisbury's most historic buildings this weekend. 

Workmates from Sips bar will be presenting the inaugural “Out in the Streets” event at Salisbury Guildhall from 7pm.

The event was born out of co-workers Bevan Ward and Charlie Gales' shared love of drum and bass.

Bevan and Charlie wanted to bring to Salisbury the wide variety of culture that can be seen in the drum and bass scene. 

After establishing the “Salisbury Junglists/DnB Lovers” group on Facebook, the two decided to begin organising their own events.

The “Out in the Streets Launch Party” on Saturday, November 4 will be held at The Guildhall and features Bevan himself as Bevwaan and DJs from the Bristol drum and bass scene.

SEE ALSO: AI shows what Salisbury streets would look like without cars

Bevan and Charlie said: "We were contacted by the Guildhall with an offer to host it there - and decided it would be brilliant to put on a rave in the centre of town, in one of the most iconic buildings.

“It's going to be a mad juxtaposition of history and dance culture, and we have been told we might be a bit nuts to try this, but we're running with it. We can't wait to deliver this night and give Salisbury what could be the most bonkers night we've seen in the city."

Tickets for the 18-and-over-only event cost £15 each and can be purchased from tinyurl.com/OITSLaunch  and from the bar at Sips, 4 The Maltings (during Sips regular opening hours). 

Attendees have been advised to purchase tickets in advance to guarantee entry.