Andy C is set to do the double this autumn when he returns to The SSE Arena, Wembley on 23rd October for his ‘Andy C All Night Wembley.’ This return match – accompanied by thousands of fans – will see him DJ on one of the world’s greatest stages for a second time, following his landmark sell-out event in 2018 – the first all-night event to be held at the venue – and which sold out in 3 days.
One of the first DJs to resume touring in 2021 via New Zealand’s reopened festival circuit, Andy played sold-out shows across the country, and to some of the biggest ever crowds there to date. This summer he’ll be headlining UK and European festivals including Creamfields, Nass, Boardmasters, Kendal Calling, Let It Roll, Pukkelpop, RTN 2 Dance, Hideout, and his own One 7 Four Amsterdam.
Before the covid pandemic saw all live touring stopped throughout 2020, Andy had finished 2019 with a sell-out session at London’s Printworks for his Andy C Xmas Party. He’d begun the year with his second 13-week residency at XOYO’s subterranean main room (the first-ever resident invited back to the club, his second residency sold out in 2 hours). He then hit the international circuit with EDC Las Vegas, and Avant Gardner in New York, and the first of the year’s festivals with We Are FSTVL, Snowbombing, and Cardiff’s Titan Warehouse. His summer 2019 season was his busiest to date, headlining the likes of SW4, Reading & Leeds, Parklife, Creamfields, and many more.
Recordings-wise he released ‘Till Dawn’ and ‘Back & Forth,‘ and his remix of Tom Walker. He delivered another stand-out BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix in May, featuring a live recording from XOYO. 2019 also saw him once again voted the world’s No.1 Drum & Bass DJ in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs Poll.
SSE Arena Wembley followed previous milestones like Brixton Academy and Alexandra Palace, impressive achievements that sit alongside 2018 award wins including DJ Mag (Best British DJ), DNBA (Best DJ), Top 100 DJs Poll (Highest Drum & Bass DJ), and the Ibiza DJ Awards (Best Bass DJ); and the 40+ awards he’s amassed over his career.
Fans can sign up now for pre-sale tickets via: www.andyc.london.