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Olivia Stock
11 January 2024, 15:12

Michael Bibi announces return with world tour, One Life

The UK artist will return to the global stage in 2024 for the first time since being diagnosed with cancer

Photo of Michael Bibi behind the decks wearing a ‘Fuck Cancer’ hat
Credit: Louis Nesbitt

Michael Bibi has announced a forthcoming 2024 world tour, titled One Life.

Announced yesterday (10th January) via social media, the tour marks a significant milestone for the British DJ and producer, who announced in December that he was officially cancer free after six months of treatment.

While full details of the tour – including dates and locations – have yet to be released, Bibi has shared that a percentage of proceeds will support various cancer charities, including the Foundation Trust of The Royal Marsden Hospital where he received his treatment.

“I’m excited to celebrate life,” Bibi shared on the announcement, alongside a poster with a colourful butterfly and the hashtags #fkcancer and #onelifetour.

The tour will mark Bibi’s return to the global stage after being diagnosed with CNS Lymphoma, a rare form of brain and spinal cancer, last June. After completing his “main” round of treatment in late September, he made a surprise appearance at Ibiza’s DC-10 to play a set for the first time since his diagnosis.

On 6th December, the Solid Grooves label founder announced that he was in remission following a bone marrow/stem cell transplant, writing “I’m still very tired, I’m on a lot of meds, my body hurts & my hairs all gone... but I’m excited to get home, process, heal & prepare for the future with you all.”

Fans can pre-register to hear first about tickets and tour information here.