Fatboy Slim announces Scotland Glasgow date for 'We've Come A Long Long Way Together' tour

Fatboy Slim has announced the return of his ‘In The Round tour’ across the UK in November which includes a concert date in Scotland.

The tour will come to The SSE Hydro, Glasgow on November 19 (Photo: Callum Baker).
The tour will come to The SSE Hydro, Glasgow on November 19 (Photo: Callum Baker).

The tour will come to The SSE Hydro, Glasgow on November 19, 2021 with tickets going on sale on Friday, March 19 at 9.30am.

The ‘We’ve Come A Long Long Way Together’ tour will see Fatboy Slim create one the UK’s biggest dance floors as he aims to turn arenas across the country into unique night club experiences.

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Fatboy Slim established his particular take of In The Round experience at the end of 2016 which followed with a full headline arena tour in 2019.

These shows made records including the biggest capacity DJ event to ever be held at The SSE Arena, Wembley.

During lockdown, Fatboy Slim or more commonly known to his family as Norman Cook took to online streaming, inviting fans to join him live from his home.

He released a series of 20 Lockdown mixes every Friday during the summer.

He also released his personal ‘Back To Mine’ after hours groove collection as part of legendary and much-loved mix series.

Along with Idris Elba, Cook live-streamed a very special ‘At Home With’ set from his kitchen along with a zoom audience in aid of the charity MIND.

As a DJ, songwriter, bassist, art curator and father who’s been seen playing clubs, stadiums, festivals, fields, boats, and Brighton’s i360; it’s time for Fatboy Slim to don that Hawaiian shirt, kick off his shoes and reunite us all again unite under one roof raving.

For ticket prices and more information, visit www.thessehydro.com.

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