NewsCalvin Harris hails LFC parade as 'biggest gig' of his life
Calvin Harris described Liverpool's end-of-season parade as the 'biggest gig' of his life.
The Reds celebrated an impressive 2021-22 campaign by touring two trophies around the city last month in front of an estimated crowd of 500,000 fans.
Jürgen Klopp's men lifted both the Emirates FA Cup and Carabao Cup at Wembley in a season where they played in every possible game across four different competitions.
DJ and music producer Harris – who is responsible for unofficial club anthem One Kiss alongside Dua Lipa – was a special guest on the team bus for the parade, playing a unique set for its duration.
"It was the most unreal experience, I think, in my entire life," the Scot told Capital FM.
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"Obviously I'm a Liverpool fan, but it [One Kiss] didn't become a football anthem, it became a Liverpool anthem specifically, so that happening was bizarre in itself.
"I got chatting to Andy Robertson and he said, 'If there's anything that you could do, you know we're doing this float sort of thing, maybe you could DJ at Anfield, maybe you could DJ on the bus.'
"I'm like, 'Mate, get me on that bus!' It was probably the biggest gig of my life."