SCOOTER announced to headline biggest rave in Bedford

German techno act, SCOOTER
SCOOTER will headline for Bedford's biggest rave (image: Louise Harris PR)

Bedford is set to party with an unforgettable feast of dance, techno and rave goodness this summer when SCOOTER, one of the world’s biggest techno acts headlines Bedford Park Concerts this summer.

The happy hardcore techno legends will headline on Thursday, 29 June, bringing their infamous live show to Bedford.

Beloved by ravers and dance music fans, SCOOTER are best known for their early-2000s hit The Logical Song. However, they’re back for 2023 and are at the peak of their powers.

The year started with the launch of their documentary FCK 2020 which saw director Cordula Kablitz-Post accompanying  Germany’s techno superstars across Europe from the beginning of 2020. It covers two and a half years of the band privately, in the studio, on the road and at concerts.

Bedford Park Concerts Cafe Mambo - Credit Martin Mackay
Bedford Park was pumping with Judge Jules on the decks at Café Mambo in 2019. Credit: Martin Mackay

This year also saw the release of their 20th album, God Save The Rave, which charted at #4, adding to SCOOTER’s more than 500 weeks on the singles chart and 300 weeks on the album chart, selling in excess of 30 million units.

Not to mention more than 100 gold and platinum records from all over the world. No other German band can match their series of top ten hits from a catalogue that rivals those of the most successful artists of all time, such as Madonna, Michael Jackson, Rihanna or Depeche Mode.

The Happy Hardcore German group will be armed with a high-energy set including tracks such as The Logical Song, Nessaja as well as their latest releases God Save the Rave and Waste Your Youth.

SCOOTER will be bringing the rave to Bedford Park this June and are the newest addition to Bedford Park Concerts all-star line-up which also includes:

23 June: The Jacksons, Sister Sledge, The Real Thing
24 June: Sting
25 June: West End Proms
29 June: SCOOTER
30 June: George Ezra
1 July: Ministry of Sound Classical

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