Eric Prydz has offered a glimpse of developments to his EPIC 5.0 live show in a post on Facebook. You can see the image below.
Prydz first revealed his new EPIC 5.0 live show is on its way in a radio interview on Insomniac’s Night Own Radio in October last year.
Fatboy Slim and Eric Prydz will grace the stage of this year’s WILD LIFE Festival held at Brighton City Airport over 9th and 10th June 2017.
Additional performers of WILD LIFE Festival 2017 include GRAMMY-winning singer Jess Glynne, the return of four-time BRIT Award nominated George Ezra as well as Rag’n’Bone Man and UK rapper Wiley.
Tomorrowland has revealed the first wave of artists for its 2017 events, which are set to take place on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom, Belgium.
In alphabetical order, the artists announced are Alison Wonderland, Alok, Armin van Buuren, Axwell Λ Ingrosso, Chris Liebing, Claptone, Dave Clarke, Eats Everything, Edu Imbernon, Eric Prydz, Flux Pavilion, Frequencerz, Hard Drive, Jauz, Kölsch, Netsky, Nic Fanciulli, Oliver Heldens, Pan-Pot, Paul Kalkbrenner, Paul Van Dyk, Roger Sanchez, Solomun and Sub Zero Project.
Eric Prydz has been revealed as a Saturday headliner for SW4 festival in London, taking place 26th and 27th August on Clapham Common.
The Swedish DJ/producer joins already announced acts Sigma (Live), Hannah Wants, Mistajam, Sigma, Duke Dumont and Sonny Fodera vs. Low Steppa, alongside much-loved D&B act Pendulum, who will perform their first show in six years at the festival.
Other new acts joining the Saturday bill also include MK, Heidi, Sam Feldt, Patrick Topping and Maya Jane Coles.
Eric Prydz has announced a nine-date North American club tour for the first quarter of 2017.
The Swedish superstar DJ/producer kicks things off at Echostage in Washington D.C. on 25th February, hitting venues in Texas, Miami, New Orleans, Toronto and a secret warehouse in Brooklyn, before wrapping up at LA's Factory 93 on 8th April.
Eric Prydz played Colorado’s Decadence Festival on New Year’s Eve, and dropped his private edit of U2’s ‘New Year’s Day’. You can watch footage of the track being played below.
It isn’t the first time Prydz has played his rework of the Irish band’s hit, as he first premiered it in 2014, but the Swedish DJ/producer has rarely aired it since.
Eric Prydz will release a new album under his Pryda alias in 2017.
The Swedish star revealed the news on New Year's Eve, uploading an image of a desktop folder titled 'PRYDA 2017 ALBUM' to his Twitter alongside the caption: "2016 has been an amazing year for me and I want to thank everyone who has supported me and my music. Excited for 2017!! Happy New Year!"
2016 was a massive year for Prydz, he toured his popular live show EPIC 4.0, released an artist album, and restarted his EPIC Radio series.
Eric Prydz shared details earlier this month of a charity show to be held in honour of one of his fans, James Lillo, who passed away recently after a battle with cancer.
The Swedish star originally set up the gigs after Lillo shared on Reddit that he had been diagnosed with stage four cancer and was worried he wouldn’t make it to Prydz’s next EPIC 5.0 event.
Originally hailing from San Francisco, but now based in Germany, Lane 8 (aka Daniel Goldstein) has been making waves with his deep house sound on both sides of the pond for some time. His debut album ‘Rise’ was one of 2015’s highlights for the genre, releases mostly on Above & Beyond’s acclaimed Anjunadeep imprint, he’s remixed the likes of luminaries Eric Prydz and deadmau5 and his new This Never Happened label and tour are making an even bigger splash. The concept is simple yet effective for the live show: be present and stay off the [social media] feed by staying off your phone.
Eric Prydz has shared details of a forthcoming charity show held in honour of one of his fans, James Lillo, who passed away earlier this week after a battle with cancer.
The Swedish star originally set up the gig after Lillo shared told Reddit he had been diagnosed with stage four cancer and was worried he wouldn't make it to Prydz's next EPIC 5.0 event.