Eric Prydz will return to London for an epic one-off show

Eric Prdyz has promised the brand new show he will bring to London will be: “The biggest and most technically advanced EPIC ever….”

The show will see both The Warehouse Project and Creamfields joining forces for the massive one-off European gig in 2017.

The Swedish music superstar has been touring his new EPIC 4.0 live show for a while and now he is bringing a bigger and newer production, EPIC 5.0, to the capital.

It will be the first show to take place at the bespoke Steel Yard, Europe’s biggest structure, in Victoria Park on May 27 2017.

It’s been five years since Eric Prydz performed his last UK EPIC show to over 10,000 people at London’s Alexandra Palace.

He used a winged structure the size of a jumbo jet, and the signature 3D holograms, lasers and original animation that EPIC has become known for.

Tickets go on general sale 10am on November 11 2017.

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