Albert Hall will be treated to two massive nights under the spell of two very different superstar DJs, with big beat legend Fatboy Slim and RAM Records head honcho Andy C stepping up to do their thing. Friday 23rd February will be the first of the two shows for The Warehouse Project, with Norman Cook taking to the decks, before a night of blistering drum and bass follows on Saturday 31st March with Andy C at the helm.
Little more than the name needs to be said for the vast majority of dance music fans to be sure of exactly what Fatboy Slim brings to the party, such is his legacy as a true DJ of the people. Renowned for his fun-filled sets and productions, he was one of the biggest musicians in the UK during the late 90s, having earlier achieved fame as bassist in indie band The Housemartins. Quickly earning his stripes as a selector as well, he’s still about as big as DJs come even a few decades on from his heyday.
A legend of furious paced DnB, Andy C has turned RAM into one of the most notorious brands the genre has seen, releasing the biggest and best artists as well as many of the brightest talents before they got big. No fan of warming up, he’s known for going straight in with unyielding energy, making his life sets exhilarating affairs, and he’ll be doing exactly the same at Albert Hall. Assisted by MC Tonn Piper, he’ll be bringing the carnage with a three hour set on Easter Thursday.
Pre-sale tickets on sale at 9am Wednesday 13th December.
General sale tickets on sale at 9am Thursday 14th December.
Photo courtesy of Andy C
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