Fatboy Slim Is Bringing A Legendary Party To Downtown Los Angeles

Fatboy Slim, one of dance music’s most famous OGs, is putting on an iconic show in the heart of Los Angeles this fall.

In conjunction with event promoter Framework, the Funk Soul Brother announced he’s planning a takeover at Pershing Square on Saturday, September 23 via Instagram.

At 53,  Fatboy Slim aka UK-born Norman Quentin Cook is an original trailblazer of the electronic dance music genre and he shows no signs of slowing down.

First rising to popularity in the 1990s, Fatboy Slim’s tracks have topped charts and blared across dancefloors worldwide over the past 35 years. Some of his most iconic tracks like “Right Here Right Now“, “Eat Sleep Rave Repeat”  and “Rockefeller Skank” remain staples of dance music.

Currently, the event is set to run from 5 pm to midnight on the night of Saturday, September 23.  Fans can register for pre-sale before tickets go live at 10AM on  Thursday, June 29.


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Written by
Federica Brandi

Hi! I'm Federica, I'm a writer, world traveler, and above all, I'm a dance music lover. The communities, culture, history and free expression I've encountered through raving and the world of EDM inspire me to explore the scene far and wide and to share all the stories I encounter along the way. If you see me at a show come say hi and trade kandi!

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