Paul van Dyk streams three-hour trance set from German football stadium: Watch

Paul van Dyk streams three-hour trance set from German football stadium: Watch

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Paul van Dyk played a three-hour live set at Ballspielverein Borussia’s Dortmund stadium on Sunday (3nd May).

A lifelong fan of the football team, the trance legend donned his jersey and travelled to an empty Signal Iduna Park to play an exclusive set as part of his Sunday Sessions series. You can watch the full set on Borussia Dortmund’s Facebook.

In April, van Dyk shared a new album, ‘Escape Reality’, comprising 16 stripped-back and ambient reworks of some of his biggest hits, including ‘For An Angel’.  

 

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