Electro and dance music lovers are in for a treat this month as the Church of Electronica launches.

Fundraising for Kingston Arts, the launch event will be just like a rave for over 18s – in the daytime.

The Church of Electronica will be a musical adventure with at least three different djs and a live act taking to the stage to take partygoers through their different styles on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

Organiser Alistair Lark says: “It’s a bit different and refreshing and can take the listener through a journey. When you hear a band playing it usually has someone singing but this is just about the music – you don’t often get that, just the music with the drums, the samplers, the electro.

“Anybody who has an appreciation for different kinds of music will enjoy it. And it’s convenient in the day rather than going to some club and coming back at four or five in the morning. But the main thing is that it is a fundraiser and generates money for Kingston Arts in a creative and imaginative way.

“We are hoping to make it a regular event taking turns with lots of different genres of music such as house, soul, dubstep and ambience music.”

Surrey Comet:

Little Jonny

On the bill for the launch party is Little Jonny who is a making waves in the house scene and has already played along the likes of Dubfire, Enzo and Uner.

G.I Joe who is a pro with acid house and electro will also be raising the roof alongside live act Sonic Construction renowned for packing out the dance floor.

Church of Electronica, Glenmore House, 6 The Crescent, Surbiton

Sunday, September 29, 3pm to 9pm, £7.50, visit churchofelectronica.com.