World famous DJ Calvin Harris has revealed that Liverpool's open-top bus tour was the best 'gig of his life'.
The Reds held an open-top bus tour the day after their Champions League final loss to Real Madrid last month. But any idea of dampened spirits were quickly squashed as fans turned out in their thousands to see the side celebrate their domestic double.
Jurgen Klopp's side won both the FA Cup and Carabao Cup with penalty shoot-out wins over Chelsea at Wembley. And Harris, who was asked to DJ the event, has said it was the best gig of his life.
Speaking to radio station Capital he said: "It was honestly the most unreal experience of my entire life.
"Obviously, I'm a Liverpool fan, but it [One Kiss] didn't become a football anthem, it became Liverpool's anthem specifically, so that happening was bizarre in itself. I started talking to Andy Robertson and he said if there's anything you could do… if you could DJ at Anfield or on the bus.
"And I said, mate, get me on that bus… it was probably the biggest gig of my life."
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Liverpool had been dreaming of an unprecedented quadruple – but the Reds fell short on the final day of the Premier League season to Manchester City.
One week later, in the Champions League final, Vinicius Jr's strike was enough to separate the two sides at the Stade de France.
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