Fatboy Slim has been performing legendary sets for audiences around the world for decades. But yesterday, he played a unique set for arguably the hypest of crowds: Kids between the ages of 3 and 9.

Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim secretly performed a 2-hour set yesterday at Baby Loves Disco, a family-friendly concert as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival. The event may seem like an setting for the distinguished artist, but good-guy Cook agreed to play the show as a way to repay organizer Lesley Woodall for a favor from 20 years ago. Cook is also a Brighton resident, and brought his 6-year old daughter along for the fun.

"I can safely say this the first time I've done a gig for babies and their parents," he told the BBC . "It was great fun for both me and my daughter though, and the crowd were so up for it."

Watch the hilarious video of child ravers turning up to Slim's iconic hit "Eat Sleep Rave Repeat" below.

H/T: Billboard Magazine
Cover Photo: Big Fish Little Family

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