Eric Prydz has been locked to host his famed Pryda Arena at Tomorrowland 2018 as part of its second weekend.
On Friday 27th July he will curate the stage which turns eight this year and which made its Tomorrowland debut in 2017. Over the years, Pryda Arena sets have been the stuff of legend, its regular presence at Creamfields being one of the festival's consistent highlights.
Last year, the Los Angeles-based Swede – who we interviewed in August 2017 – hosted the likes of Adam Beyer on his stage at Tomorrowland as well as playing his own sets on both it and the main stage.
Back in October 2017 Tomorrowland revealed that the theme for 2018's festival would be The Story of Planaxis. The festival's respective weekends will run from the 20th to 22nd and 27th to 29th of July.
Read DJ Mag's 10 moments that defined Eric Prydz here.
Check out the video of Prydz dropping 'Opus' at Tomorrowland 2017 below.
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