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Martin Guttridge-Hewitt
16 May 2024, 16:18

AIR ‘Moon Safari’ Royal Albert Hall show will be live streamed

The show will be broadcast three times before hitting on demand 

AIR ‘Moon Safari’ Royal Albert Hall show will be live streamed
Credit: Will Huvey

Air have announced that their 'Moon Safari' Royal Albert Hall show will also be live streamed. 

The French electronic band are due to perform their seminal debut album in its entirety at the London landmark on Thursday 30th and Friday 31st May. 

A new partnership with DRIIFT will see the second date broadcast digitally at 9PM BST. The show will then be rebroadcast twice that day — 9PM EST and 9PM PST - before it becomes available to watch on demand from 7AM Saturday 1st June until 7AM Tuesday 4th June.

You can register for the live stream here

Widely regarded as one of the definitive electronic albums of the pre-millennium era, 1998's 'Moon Safari' was Air's debut LP, and remains their biggest critical and commercial success. Marking 25 years since its initial release, the group confirmed plans to perform the record from start to finish live, for the very first time, late last year. Geneva, Paris, and Amsterdam were among the first dates, and more have been added since

Deluxe versions of the record also landed in March, including a double-CD and Blu-ray audio package and a new Spatial Dolby Atmos edition, featuring previously unreleased tracks. Mike Mills' 1998 documentary, Eating Sleeping, Waiting & Playing, charting the outfit's first world tour, is also included.

Find out what made 'Moon Safari' such a landmark release in DJ Mag's feature on the "elegant masterpiece."