Fred Again.. Announces extensive stadium show for Los Angeles

Los Angeles will have the chance to experience Fred Again…. Live In this June. Following his Shrine Expo Hall residency late last year,  English producer Fred Gibson Aka Fred Again is taking the show on the big stage on the other side of the USC campus when he performs in the round as part of his all-ages band.

Who is “Fred Again”?

Frederick John Philip Gibson, who was born on July 19, 1993, is a professional musician who is known as Fred Again (stylized as Fred again..) or just Fred (stylized as FRED). He is a record producer, singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and DJ from England.

He works with other musicians regularly, and in 2024, he was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. He also won the award for Best Dance/Electronic Album for Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9, 2022), as well as the award for Best Dance/Electronic Recording for “Rumble.”

A Brief History of Fred Again’s Childhood and Education

He is the second son of barrister Charles Anthony Warneford Gibson KC, who was born in 1960, and Mary Ann Frances née Morgan, who was the elder daughter of Sir John Morgan KCMG and the Honourable Fionn O’Neill. 

Mary Ann Frances Morgan was the only daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocrat and financier Shane, 3rd Baron O’Neill, and British socialite Ann née Charteris, who married Viscount Rothermere and, finally, Ian Fleming, who was the creator of James Bond. He was born in Balham in 1993.

Fred is descended from Huntingdonshire gentry on his father’s side, while his mother’s side of the family includes the Earls of Dundonald, the Earls of Wemyss and March, the Marquess of Crewe, the Dukes of Somerset, and other families of peerage and baronetage. Fred’s ancestry also includes other families of peerage and baronetage.

Career of “Fred Again”:

Gibson joined a cappella group at Brian Eno’s London studio when he was 16 years old. At the time, Gibson’s family lived next door to Eno. Along with Eno and Karl Hyde, he co-produced and wrote songs for their two project records, Someday World and High Life, which came out in 2014. Gibson also took part in the 2014 Red Bull Music Academy, which was held in Tokyo, Japan.

Gibson co-wrote the song “Shotgun” by George Ezra, which went to No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart in June 2018 and stayed there for 12 weeks in a row, from June 22 to September 7. Gibson enjoyed more success with Rita Ora’s song “Let You Love Me” later that same year.

He was also credited with co-writing Clean Bandit’s song “Solo” with Demi Lovato. Gibson is known for writing and producing 12 of Ed Sheeran’s 15 songs on his 2019 No.6 Collaborations Project. These songs have been at No. 1 on the charts for a total of 14 weeks.

Gibson won the Brit Award for Producer of the Year in 2020. He is the youngest winner of the award ever. An A&R group from across the business voted for the winner, and then the Music Producers’ Guild chose the winner.

When Fred Again… Announced His First-Ever Stadium Show For Los Angeles?

When it comes to Fred Again, all of your fantasies can come true. The musician known as “Leavemealone” has been performing nonstop at gigs all around the world at various locations. From performing at festivals such as Coachella and III Points to performing at a residency that spanned both coasts.

He even attended a Tiny Desk Concert on National Public Radio. But through it all, there was one primary objective in sight, and that was to eventually perform in a stadium.

It was disclosed today (June 9) that Fred Again.. has been successful in his endeavors to travel extensively. Fred Again.. announced that his very first stadium event will take place on June 14, 2024, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum using a suspenseful video uploaded to X (which was then known as Twitter).

This is what he wrote: “LA Memorial Coliseum.” “This is our very first stadium! We have been working on this for several months, and it is without a doubt the most insane live event that we have ever attempted to put on up to this point. 

How Can The Audience Purchase The Ticket Of The Show of “Fred Again”?

Mr. Fred Once more has performed a significant number of jobs in the Los Angeles area and the surrounding locations. However, none of them were on this scale and were completely focused on him.

There has been no disclosure of information regarding the show, including the confirmed special guests, the cost, and other such details. On the other hand, the producer made sure to disseminate the information regarding the concert that was going to take place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Fans are strongly advised to sign up for the presale with either a phone number or an email address to ensure that they can purchase tickets.

Mr. Fred Again official presale is slated to take place tomorrow, Monday, June 10, at ten o’clock in the morning Pacific time at one o’clock in the afternoon via Ticketmaster for $59 to $159 each plus service fee for all ages show, with a 6 tickets limit for purchasing. On-site parking is very limited and can be purchased in advance.