Tough restrictions for Fatboy Slim party

Organisers set up special enclosure

Organisers of Fatboy Slim‘s forthcoming New Year’s Day beach party in Brighton have unveiled plans to enforce tough restrictions.

A special enclosure will be set up on Madeira Drive, west of the Concorde 2 venue over the weekend for the Big Beach Boutique 3 gig.

Organisers claim it will not be possible to view the show for free from the upper promenade and the Marine Parade will be fenced off.

The tough restrictions have been put in place to prevent a repeat of his 2002 summer beach party which resulted in 250,000 people descending on Brighton.

No alcohol or glass will be allowed into the concert enclosure and fans will not be allowed on the pebble beach, reports BBC News.

As part of the performance, which kicks off at 3pm and runs through until 8pm, the DJ aka Norman Cook will canvas local opinion on issues such as Brighton and Hove Albion‘s new proposed stadium.