Pete Tong is one of the most recognisable DJs on the planet.

He has been playing sold out shows around the world for decades and traveling to dance capital Ibiza every summer for over 20 years. in 2015 he performed at The Proms in Royal Albert Hall with The Heritage Orchestra and it was a sensation. Two huge-selling albums and a sold-out tour followed, with a third record on the way in May of 2019. Pete talks Human Traffic, embracing It's All Gone Pete Tong, playing a drenched Electric Picnic and much more.

Pete Tong and The Heritage Orchestra play the 3Arena in Dublin on November 24th and the SSE Arena in Belfast on November 25th.

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4.45 - Going live on Radio One with at The Proms 2015
6.15 - Choosing 25 tracks for the live show
8.30 - Getting more bullish with the adaptations
9.22 - Coming from an era where DJs didn't make music
11.15 - The solace of working on a track
17.45 - On the origins of the phrase 'It's All Gone Pete Tong'
19.55 - On the film 'Human Traffic'
24.30 - On soundtracking the lives of fans
27.48 - On a wet Electric Picnic and Irish Crowds
29.25 - Mixing with other artists while playing festivals