Well, it's none of your business, frankly.
Fart (read) on!
This is our fourth live spectacular – including DigiFest back in 2016 – and we keep doing them because they’re like nothing else. We don’t want to get old and decrepit and regret missing an opportunity to try to bring something a little bit special into the world. Each time the shows have gotten better and more ambitious, thrusting at the envelope of what we can achieve on our budget – but that’s only part of our reason for doing it.
The sense of community, to be able to share a left-field sense of humour in a safe environment full of like-minded weirdoes, isn’t something we’ve ever experienced anywhere else.
This time, it’s a celebration of not just three bloody decades of a thing that – frankly – it’s probably a bit odd to be celebrating, but a celebration that we’ve only just made it through three pretty awful years. The world has become so divided, but the Digi Live Weekend is a celebration of something that can still unite us.
We – me and you – have a shared history. Some of you grew up reading my words. Some of you only discovered Digi since it relaunched on YouTube, and you tell us that Sanja and I have kind of become like friends that you hang out with virtually once a week. With appearances every now and then with other mates, like the Cheapshow boys.