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    Fatboy Slim will headline Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles in September
    • June 29, 2023

    Fatboy Slim, the moniker of English DJ and producer Norman Cook, announced a headlining show in Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, Sept. 23.

    Fans can register by 8 a.m. Thursday, June 29 for the presale code to secure their tickets before they go on sale to the general public at Registrants will receive an email with a link to purchase tickets. The presale begins promptly at 10 a.m. on June 29.

    The show is produced by Los Angeles-based underground experience curators This is Framework, which often partners with fellow Los Angeles promoters Goldenvoice to bring more intimate EDM shows to places like the Shrine Expo Hall, as well as throw their own parties in unique environments such as Exposition Park and Union Station.

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    Fatboy Slim was a pioneer of the big beat genre in the ’90s and is known for hits like “Weapon of Choice,” “Praise You,” “Right Here, Right Now” and “Wonderful Night.” He’s also a Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival regular, having performed at the second installment of the festival in 2001 alongside Jane’s Addiction, Paul Oakenfold, Weezer, The Chemical Brothers, Sigur Rós and more.

    In 2008, he closed out the Sahara Tent with a memorable performance and he returned in 2014 on the same stage. Once COVID restrictions lifted and Coachella returned in 2022, Fatboy Slim was back, this time nestled into a very packed Yuma Tent for a more intimate set.

    ​ Orange County Register