Few DJs in the world draw a bigger or more dedicated crowd than critically-acclaimed Brighton-based mixing mogul Fatboy Slim. With a hefty back-catalogue and a deserved reputation as one of the most innovative producers and greatest party hosts in the business, Cook has won ten MTV Video Music Awards, two Brit Awards, and holds the Guinness World Record for the most top 40 hits under different names such as Biggie Slims, Cook Da Bass and Margret Scratcher.
Named in Q magazine's list of 50 Bands to See Before You Die, Fatboy Slim returns to the UK in 2019 to play five of the biggest arenas (including Wembley, Manchester and Cardiff) up and down the country. So don't miss your chance to catch him live in action, buy Fatboy Slim tickets now at StubHub UK, assured under our industry-first FanProtect Guarantee.
Fatboy Slim: legendary writer, mixer and producer
Former bassist for the Housemartins and member of the acid house collective Pizzaman, Quentin 'Norman' Cook became the household name he is today with a series of timeless records, remixes and albums released through the 1990s and 2000s. Preceding and ultimately pioneering what has since become known as the big beat genre, iconic Fatboy Slim songs such as "Praise You", "Weapon Of Choice" and "Rockafeller Skank" were accompanied by equally popular music videos, while legendary shows such as the epic 2002 Brighton Beach concert attended by over 250,000 ravers cemented his status as one of the most admired and respected DJs anywhere in the world.
Fatboy Slim's influence is still as relevant in the 21st century, having performed at the 2012 Olympic closing ceremony and reached number three in the charts with the hit "Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat" in 2013, and he's showing no signs of slowing down with more UK shows scheduled for 2019. Get in the mix at one of his legendary parties by grabbing your Fatboy Slim tickets at StubHub UK today.
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