Eric Prydz announces brand new live show will debut at Tomorrowland’s digital festival next week

Eric Prydz announces brand new live show will debut at Tomorrowland’s digital festival next week

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Eric Prydz has announced that his brand new live show will debut at Tomorrowland’s digital festival next week.

Following the debut of EPIC 6.0 at Tomorrowland’s flagship 2019 festival, the Swedish DJ, producer and label boss has now announced a brand new concept for this year’s editiont: [CELL.].

[CELL.] will debut at Tomorrowland’s digital festival, Tomorrowland Around The World, which takes place on the 25th & 26th July 2020. Although the details of the new concept remain under wraps, a press release said that Prydz and Tomorrowland “are very excited and are looking forward to releasing this new dimension into the world.”

In June, Tomorrowland revealed the full line-up for the virtual event, with festival favourites Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, NERVO, Paul Kalkbrenner, and Steve Aoki all heading to the “main stage”. 

In terms of techno offerings, ANNA, Dixon, Charlotte de Witte and Tale of Us are all slated for sets at Tomorrowland Around The World, and they’ll be joined by Adam Beyer, Joris Voorn, and Patrice Baumel. There’ll also be hardstyle, bass and tech house available for the people of Tomorrow, with the Atmosphere, Core and Elixir stages just some of the eight virtual spaces hosting acts across the two days. 

Tomorrowland Around The World will be accessible by tablet, smartphone, or laptop, and tickets starting at €12.50 are on sale now via the Tomorrowland website.

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