Above & Beyond Announces Group Therapy Weekender London

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The Anjunafamily will be out in full force at London’s Royal Docks this September for the debut edition of Group Therapy Weekender London.


Beloved trio Above & Beyond has roared back with the return of live shows by taking the stage at some of the world’s most iconic venues and major festivals. Beyond their usual appearances, they’ve also continued to craft up delightful showcases for the Anjunafamily to flock to near and far – and after announcing that Group Therapy Weekender would return this summer at The Gorge, they’ve set their sights on bringing it to London.

Group Therapy Weekender London is set to take place over two days, September 10-11. The specific location for this open-air festival is yet to be revealed, but London’s Royal Docks area itself is one of the newest waterside venues on the East side of the city. The official venue for this year’s edition will be fully revealed on March 22.

Related: Want a taste of what Above & Beyond has been up to lately? Check out our review of their recent show at Big Night Live in Boston to find out.

Further, the only confirmed artist set to play as of publishing is Above & Beyond, who will be taking the stage on Saturday night, so expect the rest of that day’s lineup to be filled with trance and progressive artists from Anjunabeats. Sunday sees Anjunadeep take control with their deeper, melodic soundscapes in tow. Stay tuned for the full lineup reveal that’s soon to come.

Thinking about heading to the debut edition of Group Therapy Weekender London? Pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday, March 2 at 11am GMT, while the general sale is set to begin on Thursday, March 3 at the same time. Those planning to attend should head over to their website to sign up now for pre-sale access.


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