THE third instalment of the now legendary Dirt33 Disco (Dirty Disco in adult language) looks set to top the status of the 2011 event, which, if the YouTube videos are anything to go by, had kids in raptures last year.

Brainchild of Hip-Hop Downunder director Jeremy Jablonski, the under-18s event is set for Friday, December 14 at the Grafton High School's MPC.

The theme this year is UV bodywear and zebra, cheetah and reptile scale designs.

Just like last year, the event, which is a fundraiser for mental health resource beyondblue, will feature awesome DJs and stunning break-dancers - all of them friends of Jablonski.

"I've organised an incredible laser show that will blow kids minds," he said.

"Everyone will receive a free sausage sandwich and a glow bracelet with entry and there'll be a free jumping castle."

Jablonski won over a huge Grafton crowd with his callout for all the kids at last Saturday's Picnic in the Park to join him for Gangnam Style on the huge new stage at Market Square.



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