With a capacity of 10,000 people, the sold-out show took place at the Depot, Mayfield – a cavernous, disused railway yard which the Warehouse Project now calls home. Warming up for the night, Cousn, Prospa, and Eli & Fur got the party started, with sets from Route 94, Josh Butler, Melé, and Eats Everything raising the tempo as the night went on. Each DJ held their own in anticipation of the mammoth headline slot, with music spanning decades and genres - classic house, moody techno and hardcore all having a moment.
From Ibiza beach parties and dingy warehouse raves to singles in the UK top 40, Fatboy Slim has been there done that. A veritable legend in the world of dance music, Norman Cook’s one-man party took the headline slot and it was a force to be reckoned with. A blinding set from a British music icon seemed like the perfect finale for our subculture live events this year.