The First Rave Back: Carl Cox on Brighton Beach for Concorde 2

On the 16th March 2020, the UK government made the decision to go into total lockdown, and it wasn’t until the 19th July 2021 that the UK was deemed safe enough to allow for ‘Freedom Day’. The following Friday, as part of the iconic Brighton venue Concorde 2’s 21st birthday celebrations, UK electronic legend Carl Cox played what would go on to be a historic set on Brighton Beach.

On The Beach. Madeira Drive, Brighton.

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