1. Fatboy Slim announces 'Y'all are the music, we're just the DJ's' 2023 Australia Tour

    Fatboy Slim announces 'Y'all are the music, we're just the DJ's' 2023 Australia Tour

    18 Nov 2022

    Frontier Touring are ecstatic to announce the return of revered DJ and prolific producer Fatboy Slim (aka Norman Cook) for four huge Australian dates in April and May 2023.  Get ready to ‘Eat, Sleep, Rave, Repeat’ as the legend of British dance music brings ‘Y’all are the music, we’re just the DJ’s’ 2023 Australia Tour to Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and Perth next year.

    I have been separated from my long-lost family for way too long, Australia I can’t wait to see you again” - Fatboy Slim

    Frontier Members pre-sale commences Wednesday 23 November 2pm local time ahead of the General public on sale on Friday 25 November 2pm local time.

    These April/May 2023 dates will be Norman’s first Australian tour since his January/February 2020 headline shows that left fans frothing for more. With over 2.4million views, relive Fatboy Slim’s iconic ‘Live at Sidney Myer Music Bowl (Jan 2020)’, filmed by Mushroom Creative House.

    ‘Fatboy Slim kicked off his Australian tour on Friday night with a Melbourne show that audiences will be talking about for years to come.’ – Tone Deaf

    Kicking off at Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne on Friday 28 April, the tour heads north, playing Riverstage, Brisbane on Wednesday 3 May, onto The Showring, Entertainment Quarter, Sydney on Friday 5 May before a west coast show at Burswood Park, Perth on Sunday 7 May.

    The party-starting machine is responsible for some of the biggest hits of the last few decades and his incomparable energy and true passion for live shows, makes him the icon he is.  More than your average DJ set, Fatboy Slim takes things to a whole new dizzying level!

    ‘Immediately, it felt as though we were transported into what could only be described as the inner workings of a raver’s mind. As ‘Eat Sleep Rave Repeat’ pounded out from the speaker stack, intense visuals overpowered the atmosphere; accompanying proceedings with Norman Cook’s own mouthing of the lyrics, altered pictures of himself, clips of his old videos, people singing, and unsettling CGI; turning the musical celebration as a sensory overload that could only be described as pure insanity.’ – Tone Deaf

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