Eric Prydz Announces Run of Four Shows in NYC

Eric Prydz at ASOT Ultra
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Eric Prydz will return to the Big Apple for two solo nights and two more with Adam Beyer at a Brooklyn Warehouse location this fall.

One of the artists that dance music lovers have been craving to feast their ears on live and in-person since shows were put on pause is Eric Prydz. While the Swedish legend treated his faithful following to an immersive livestream experience at the height of the pandemic and has recently returned to the stage in Florida, fans in other reaches of the US were left to wonder when they’d get the chance to catch him next.

Today, Eric Prydz gifted his fans in New York with an extra helping of shows to satiate those cravings and has teamed up with Teksupport to bring them to life. Not only will he be heading to a Brooklyn Warehouse for two nights in November, but will be dominating the decks with Adam Beyer the following weekend as well.

The first weekend will feature two nights of beats from the progressive maestro himself on November 26-27. These extended solo sets have become beloved over the years as Prydz showcases his immense talents in the progressive realm and dives deep into his catalog that is teeming with both serene and energizing tunes. On the following weekend, December 3-4, Eric Prydz will then take the stage under his Cirez D alias with Adam Beyer joining in on the fun for a set that’s surely be filled with techno grooves to keep crowds moving late into the night.

These shows will be ones not to miss for anyone who is a fan of Eric Prydz, so don’t sleep on tickets when they go on sale Friday, May 21 at 12pm ET. Tickets for the Eric Prydz shows, as well as the one featuring Adam Beyer 🔲 Cirez D, can be accessed on the DICE website or through the app.

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