Paul Oakenfold has been around long enough at this stage to have more than a few unusual gigs under his belt, but his most recent one has to take the biscuit.

The British DJ played a set at the Base Camp of Mount Everest the other day, playing 17,600 feet above sea level in a gig that took two years of planning.

The event raised money for a number of charities, and is part of his SoundTrek series, which will see him play unique locations around the world.

He streamed some of the gig, which took place yesterday, on Facebook Live and the set is due to be released as a live album.

Watch it below (click image to play):