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Brian Coney
17 April 2024, 13:06

Fatboy Slim’s All Back To Minehead festival 2024 first names announced

The third edition of the weekender will feature sets by Arielle Free, Eats Everything, Ewan McVicar, Groove Armada and more


The first names have been revealed for this year’s edition of Fatboy Slim's All Back To Minehead festival.

Taking over Butlin's in Minehead across 8th-11th November, the third instalment of the legendary Brighton-based DJ’s weekender will feature sets by the likes of Arielle Free, Eats Everything, Ewan McVicar, Groove Armada, Sarah Story, Special Request, Todd Terry and Woody Cook, Fatboy's son.

Promising "three days of love, dancing, and laughter guaranteed," this year's festival will also see sets by acts including Conducta, Todd Edwards, and many more, including Cook himself.

With more names to be announced, check out the line-up so far below, and get your tickets here.

In a statement, Norman Cook said: “I am so excited about the 3rd instalment of our community stoopidity project. A lovingly curated roster of DJs, artists, and this year a poet in residence. Here we go again, making the whole world dance, one foot at a time.”

It comes a year on from the festival's 2023 iteration, which featured sets by Saoirse, Marshall Jefferson, Sally C and more.

It comes two months after Cook was among the first wave of artists named to perform at Brunch Electronik in Barcelona in August.

Cook will also soon embark on his 2024 Loves Summer tour, stopping off in Dublin, Cornwall and elsewhere. Its announcement late last year came on the heels of the 25th-anniversary reissue of Fatboy Slim's seminal 1998 album, 'You've Come A Long Way, Baby'. Revisit Ben Cardew's recent DJ Mag deep dive into its legacy.

All back to minehead line-up