A legend in the music industry for nearly 4 decades and still going strong, Boy George has continued to reinvent himself. George still performs his hits alongside his mates in Culture Club, but he now also can be booked through his UK booking agency as a DJ, for appearances, or as an artist.

Fans from Ibiza to New York and back to London have raved over the sets of the “Karma Chameleon” singer as he brings his own version of melodic house to the scene. George describes his DJ style as “eclectic” and “all over.” While he is best known for his time in Culture Club during the 80’s, George was actually a DJ first. He began DJing in 1979 before taking a break for his career as a recording artist before returning to the turntables in 1987. George has traversed many different DJ scenes and sounds from acid house through today’s EDM sound all while still touring and performing with Culture Club. As far back as 2001, The Washington Post ran an article on George’s electrifying DJ sets.

Considered on of the greatest Britons of all time, George has packed houses with his DJ sets including in legendary dance venues like Space in Ibiza, Ministry of Sound in London, Zouk in Singapore and Guvernment in Toronto. He has performed sets at legendary festivals all across the world like Glastonbury, Homelands, Love Box, BigGayOut and V Festival. He was the host of both the 2010 and 2011 editions of the DJ Mag Top100 Awards ceremony at Ministry of Sound where he also DJ’d alongside such prominent names as Deadmau5, Afrojack, Fedde Le Grand, and Armin van Buuren. George has landed within that Top 100 list 5 times. He also headlined the Official Formula 1 After parties in Singapore, Monaco, Dubai, Sao Paulo and New Delhi in 2010 and appeared alongside legendary producer Mark Ronson at the 2011 Brit Awards, Elle Style Awards and MTV Ibiza Party . In 2015 he was awarded an Ivor Novello Award for his contribution to British music. In 2017 and 2018, Boy George was the closing DJ for Cafe del Mar in Sydney, Australia. He also has planned appearances with Culture Club in 2019.

George has continued DJing in the 2010’s and has rejoined Culture Club, releasing their album Life in 2018. Which they plan to tour in promotion of in 2019. He has also been a judge on The Voice in both the UK and in Australia as recent as 2018. He appears and plays at Pride events all over the world while making appearances with or without Culture Club. With all of these accomplishments, ongoing event schedules, and legendary status, it could be assumed that George is impossible to book for a set. However, this is not true. It is as simple as contacting his DJ booking agency who can aid any promoter in finding out about George’s availability, price, and touring dates for sets in any part of the world.