The DJ, producer and RAM Records co-founder (real name Andrew Clarke) will host his “ground-breaking” ‘Alive 2.0’ show at the 20,000-capacity venue on Good Friday next year (April 7, 2023).
“I can’t believe it… we’re going to The O2 ARENA LONDON!” Clarke wrote on social media to announce the milestone gig, which will be his biggest to date.
‘Alive 2.0’ will see the DJ perform a five-hour set featuring a “brand new immersive visual show & production”. The DJ went on to describe the upcoming event as “a true celebration of our amazing music… drum’n’bass”.
Clarke continued: “Throughout my career I’ve had the honour to play in places and venues beyond my imagination. I’ve had the chance to share the love and vibes that only drum and bass can bring with so many of you and I can’t believe we have reached a venue as iconic as The O2 Arena London…absolutely insane!”
He concluded: “Thank you for coming on this journey with me… we’re taking it to another level… I’ll see you there.”
As Mixmag notes, Andy C has previously played sold-out gigs at Wembley Arena, Alexandra Palace and the O2 Academy Brixton in the capital.
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