Liverpool news Thousands attend mask-free Fatboy Slim gig in Liverpool PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The Fatboy Slim gig at Liverpool's Bramley Moore Dock is part of the government's Events Research Programme
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Thousands of people turned up to see Fatboy Slim at the second of two trial nightclub events in Liverpool. Held at Bramley Moore Dock, the back-to-back nights have been the UK’s first club events in more than a year and those attending have not had to wear a face mask or stick to social distancing rules. This afternoon people started arriving at the warehouse, which is just outside the city centre and next to the River Mersey. Doors opened at 2pm and tonight’s line up includes the legendary DJ Fatboy Slim, Yousef and special guest, Hot Since 82 and Enzo Siragusa. Last night, Circus hosted The First Dance at the same venue, as part of the national Events Research Programme (ERP). The two nights will have been attended by a total of six thousand clubbers who were able to move about the venue free of the restrictions that have been in place for much of the pandemic. Pictures of people going to see Fatboy Slim in Liverpool: Clubbers going to see Fatboy Slim in Liverpool for nightclub trial event View gallery At last night’s event several people were seen in tears and being comforted by friends, seemingly overwhelmed at being out again amongst friends. There was a deafening cheer and goosebumps all round when Yousef came on stage to Free by Ultra Nate and a confetti cannon erupted on the line "Cause you're free, to do what you want to do.
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What it was like inside the first nightclub event to take place in the UK in more than a year
Receive ECHO newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates by signing up here Speaking to the ECHO at the event, Becca Gray, 22, a University of Liverpool student originally from Leeds, said: “It’s amazing so far, I was a little bit nervous about coming here and I wouldn’t be surprised if I get coronavirus but it’ll be worth it. "Being in a crowd and being able to dance again is amazing.”
The ERP involves spectators attending a series of scientific pilot events as part of the government’s plan to safely get big crowds back this summer. The programme also includes the Blossoms gig being held in Liverpool’s Sefton Park tomorrow night, The BRIT Awards in London on May 11, the Luna Outdoor Cinema in Liverpool from May 14-16 and the FA Cup Final at Wembley on May 15. What do you think of the trial nightclub events being held in Liverpool? Let us know in the comments below People attending events must produce a negative lateral flow test from that day, or the day before. The ERP will be used to provide key scientific data into how events for a range of audiences could be permitted to safely reopen as part of the government's roadmap out of lockdown.
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