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In True Raver Style, Fatboy Slim And Eats Everything Pop-Up Rave Shut Down

A little over an hour after the Fatboy Slim and Eats Everything pop-up rave began, it was shut down due to overcrowding. 

In a scene fit for the 90s underground raves, Fatboy Slim and Eats Everything decided to throw a pop-up rave in Bristol to promote their new collaboration “Bristol to Brighton.” The party was set to take place under a bridge where graffiti artists had painted a mural to promote the release. But licensing issues forced the duo to move their event elsewhere. 

It was moved to the parking lot of Bristol nightclub Lakota, where people began to attempt to scale walls in order to jump the long line to enter. The party was promptly shut down and people were told to go home. 

Fatboy Slim and Eats Everything are two legends of 90s rave and it truly shows in “Bristol to Brighton.” It’s a drum-heavy and funky track with complex production but a bright energy

Listen to “Bristol to Brighton” from Eats Everything and Fatboy Slim below: 

Image from Eats Everything 

Written by
Danielle Levy

Danielle Levy is an MBA with a concentration in Corporate Social Responsibility. Danielle has several years of experience in the sustainability education world and has held various positions in human resources and intern management. Danielle is passionate about the ties between sustainability and social impact.

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