DISCO is making a comeback.
Shiny jackets, flares and platform shoes may stay in the past, but PCYC Morisset hopes kids haven't lost their groove.
The club will hold its first Blue Light Disco tonight.
PCYC Morisset manager Andrew Best said research showed there was demand for the event.
"The Blue Light hasn't been prevalent in the Hunter for a long time," Mr Best said.
"There's a lot of parents who would remember attending them back in their younger years."
Mr Best said the disco would "offer something kids haven't had in the Morisset area".
"There are quite a few dance schools in Morisset, so interest in dancing is high," he said.
"The disco will give an outlet for expression outside a dance studio and an opportunity for interaction between young people in that environment."
Southlake town co-ordinator Rosmairi Okeno said she was excited about the event.
"Finally kids will have safe and fun entertainment in a social environment outside of school," Ms Okeno said.
"It's a really good opportunity for kids to enjoy each other's company and network with kids from other schools."
The disco will give kids something to do.
"They haven't had anything like this in Morisset," she said.
The disco is for under 18s. Entry is $10.