July 27, 2012 15:35

Fatboy Slim live show to play in cinemas for one night only

'Fatboy Slim: Live From The Big Beach Bootique' to be screened in cinemas on August 31

Fatboy Slim live show to play in cinemas for one night only
Fatboy Slim has announced plans to stage "the biggest cinema dance party in the world" next month (August).

A special live show, 'Fatboy Slim: Live From The Big Beach Bootique', will play in cinemas for one night on August 31 - scroll down to watch the trailer.

'Fatboy Slim Live: From The Big Beach Bootique' was filmed over two nights at the Amex football stadium in the DJ's hometown of Brighton. Over 40,000 fans attended the two shows, which featured a 600 square metre LED video wall that stretched the length of the stadium's pitch.

The show's setlist is a mash-up of the DJ's newest material, Fatboy Slim favourites like 'Praise You' and 'Right Here Right Now', and some of the DJ's favourite "dancefloor classics".

A full list of cinemas showing the film is available at Fatboy Slim's website. The DJ - real name Norman Cook - is currently playing European festival dates and brings his show back to the UK for an appearance at Brighton & Hove Pride on September 1.

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