Fatboy Slim plays rave for children and it’s a hit

And to think Fatboy Slim couldn’t get any cooler? The English man has seen it all over his multi-decade career, including 10 MTV Music Video Awards, two Brit Awards, and collaborations with some of music’s biggest names, A Tribe Called QuestBeastie Boys, and more. Now, the EDM trailblazer has set a new level of awesome-ness with his latest adventure- a rave for children!

Bringing his daughter along, Fatboy Slim, real name Norman Cook, played a two hour set to repay a favor to Leslie Woodall- founder of Brighton Fringe Festival: Baby Loves Disco. This all age, family event invited viewers to share stellar tunes with their children in an environment for all to enjoy. Cook was quoted in a BBC interview saying, “I can safely say this the first time I’ve done a gig for babies and their parents. It was great fun for both me and my daughter though, and the crowd were so up for it.”

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