More than 250,000 concert goers gathered on Brighton Beach on July 13, 2002, in what was described as the 'biggest event the UK has ever seen.' The crowd was more than four times the expected size and at the time, doubled Brighton's population. A year earlier, about 40,000 people attended the first of the Big Beach Boutique events. But in 2002, Fatboy Slim, real name Norman Cook, performed the second of his free open-air concerts on Brighton beach in front of a record-breaking crowd. From the first-time ravers, the veterans and the dedicated superfans to the curious locals, it felt like the world went down to Brighton for what would become known as the biggest free party in British history: Fatboy Slim's Big Beach Boutique II. In 2022, Fatboy Slim and Anglo Management are collaborating with BMG to produce a 20th Anniversary celebratory product for those who were there, those who missed out and those that weren't even born yet, alongside two celebratory events taking place back on Brighton Beach in July.