Cirez D and Adam Beyer have confirmed the debut of their b2b show in Downtown Las Vegas.
Set to take place at new open-air venue the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center, the date, scheduled for Thursday, May 16th, follows on from joint shows in New York and Los Angeles late last year as well as the debut of their b2b show in Miami a year ago.
The pair have promised an extended set for the appearance and is their only confirmed performance in the city this year. Tickets are on sale now.
Eric Prydz, Swedish superstar and famed nervous flyer, has announced on Twitter that he is returning to Newcastle to play as Pryda. He will be DJing under his progressive moniker for Shindig at the city’s Digital club on Friday 7th June.
With tickets, costing £20-£28, going on sale at 10am on Friday (1st March), the date comes just over a year since he last played in the city as Eric Prydz, supported by Cristoph and Scott Bradford.
EDC Las Vegas has teased an Adam Beyer B2B Cirez D headliner for this May.
After a number of well-received B2Bs in the past, including a three hour set at Hollywood Palladium, Adam Beyer and Cirez D (Eric Prydz) seem to be committing to it as a recurring partnership, having been locked in for Creamfields this year.
Tomorrowland has announced the latest wave of artists to play its 2019 edition, with Eric Prydz, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz, Zeds Dead, Fjakk, Stephan Bodzin, Steve Aoki and Sven Väth amongst those heading to De Schorre park in the Belgian city of Boom.
Tomorrowland spans two weekends in July. The first runs from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July while weekend two takes place from Friday 26th to Sunday 28th.
Parklife has announced Eric Prydz, Major Lazer, Disclosure, The Streets and Chase & Status among the headliners for this year's Manchester festival, which runs Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June.
The likes of Adam Beyer, Bicep, Marco Carola b2b Jamie Jones, AJ Tracey, DJ Mag Best of British winners Camelphat, Solomun, Mall Grab, Daniel Avery, Ricardo Villalobos, Helena Hauff, Maceo Plex and Peggy Gou are also set to play.
Rocketing into the Top 100 in 2017 at No.26, Belgium’s Felix De Laet has enjoyed an equally rocketing career trajectory since he broke into the big-time with his breakthrough 2014 smash, ‘Are You With Me’. Establishing a partnership with Armin van Buuren’s iconic Armada camp, where he dropped his ‘Less Is More’ album a few years later, including breakthrough hits ‘Reality’ and ‘Are You With Me’. Felix says the biggest development this year was his live debut at his country’s Tomorrowland festival.
Wankelmut 'One Day'
“This is the track that got me into the deep house kind of vibe that I love so much, guitar sounds and good vocals — love it.”
“This influenced me because of the use of the synths and the cool delay sounds — and again a cool mix of energy and emotion.”
Avicii & Philgood 'A New Hope'
“An unreleased track unfortunately but so good. I’m a big electro house fan and this is definitely one of my favourites.”
Marshall Jefferson 'Move Your Body (Tchami Tribute)'
“Amazing track by Tchami! Tchami was really one of my favourite producers around a few years ago, his sound design AND creativity were insane — and still is!”
Fisher 'Losing It'
“Any track by Fisher is amazing. Fisher is an amazing mix of accessible good vibes tech-house and aggressive sounds at the same time. It was a perfect insight for me on how I could grow as a producer if I wanted to go deeper.”
Netsky 'Iron Heart'
“The production behind this track made me fall in love with Netsky. Everything he released is pure magic, and I’m so happy I got to make a track with him.”
Zonderling 'Tunnel Vision'
“Zonderling inspired me with their take of 'Domino' by Oxia, but once they put out 'Tunnel Vision', they really created something unique and amazingly powerful.”
“I had to pick a track from Flume. Flume inspired me and keeps on inspiring me on sound design and production, mixed with feelings and electronic sounds. By far my favourite producer of the last five years.”
Eric Prydz 'Opus'
“I was always really afraid of changing bpms in tracks, also because it would be harder to mix in a set, but 'Opus' taught me different. Now I love messing around with the BPM and build-ups that make my tracks evolve into something unpredictable.”
Eric Prydz has announced a five-date Pryda tour, which will run from 22nd February to 2nd March.
The tour will include performances at Echostage, Washington DC (22nd February), Bijou, Boston (27th February), Rebel, Toronto (1st March) and Concord Music Hall, Chicago (2nd March).
The dates also include the final show at Brooklyn Navy Yard on 23rd February.
Eric Prydz announced that he will premiere his brand new live show, EPIC: HOLOSPHERE, at Tomorrowland 2019 on 19th July and 26th July.
He shared more information about the new live show in an Instagram post following its announcement by the festival last week.
“This will be by far the most technically advanced EPIC production to date,” he said. “A complete re-design from any previous EPIC.
Adam Beyer and Eric Prydz as Cirez D have been locked for a b2b in at Creamfields 2019.
While the techno pair have played Creamfields individually many times, and while they've been touring their show - with Cirez D representing the amazing audiovisual elements - their show at the massive Cheshire festival will be their UK debut together.
Eric Prydz has announced that he will premiere a brand new live show at Tomorrowland 2019, titled EPIC: Holosphere.
The news came as part of the Belgian mega festival announcing its stage hosts for 2019, with others locked including Rob Schulz & Friends, Claptone, Nerve, Don Diablo, and Glitterbox.