Eats Everything is a household name in the house and techno sub-genres of EDM, with a global reputation dating back to his breakthrough in 2011. Daniel Pearce (known on stage as Eats Everything) came to prominence with the release of “Entrance Song”, which propelled his career from local house DJ to global acclaim and gave him the platform to release a string of solo projects on Dirtybird, Hypercolour, and Futureboogie.
Eats Everything has huge pedigree on the festival and club scene, with appearances at venues such as Fabric, Space, Amnesia, and The Warehouse Project standing out as highlights in his illustrious career. As a DJ, Dan has also played at Bestival, Creamfields, Secret Garden, Eastern Electrics and Glastonbury! Top that by touring with Fatboy Slim, you really don’t need any more proof of his pedigree than that, do you?
The first ever resident at London’s XOYO, a gig that lasted 12 weeks, Eats Everything was also named as 2012’s ‘Best British DJ’ by DJ Magazine. On the back of his 2011 rise to fame, Dan was approached by the infamous Pete Tong, who asked him to take part in his popular Essential Mix episodes on BBC Radio 1 – Dan and Pete also went b2b at The Warehouse Project in 2013, a truly unmissable event!
Eats Everything has had a monumental collaboration with music legend Fatboy Slim on the track All The Ladies, released in 2020 on Southern Fried Records. This isn’t the first time that the pair have appeared together, however, with the two DJ’s also performing b2b with each other at Glastonbury Festival, it was no surprise that Fatboy Slim wanted to take him on his UK tour as well.
For the chance to catch one of Eats Everything’s monumental sets, keep your eyes peeled for future tour and festival announcements below:
- 12 Aug: Winchester/ UK, Boomtown Fair 2020 + Chapter12: New Beginnings at Matterley Bowl
21 Aug: Bristol, Viva La Disco at Lakota
03 Sept: London, Shut The Front Door pres. Eats Everything at The Brixton Courtyard
- 11 Sept: Middlesborough, Mode pres. Eats Everything at Base Camp, Exchange House
- 31 Oct: Edinburgh, Terminal V Festival – Halloween 2020 at Royal Highlands Centre
- 28 Nov: Milton Keynes, Do not Sleep Milton Keynes at Milton Keynes Arena
- 16 July 2021: Freiburg/ Germany, Sea You Festival at Tunisee
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