It looks like the beloved streaming channel, Cercle, is now taking on the seven wonders of the ancient world. Cercle announced this morning that their next live stream event would be hosted at the base of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. The artist they’ve invited to play is Sébastien Léger, a maestro of uplifting deep house who often appears on Lee Burridge’s record label All Day I Dream.
This set at the pyramids will take place next week, October 26, starting at 10:00am ET. Like their past few streams since the start of the pandemic, there will be no live audience in attendance. We can’t wait to see the amazing views that the Cercle team will capture for this one, and the music that Léger will play to match.
For their last live stream Cercle flew Ben Böhmer up above Cappadocia in a hot air balloon while he played music during sunrise. What’s next, a show at Machu Picchu?
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This Monday, October 26th we have the pleasure to receive @sebastien_leger for a unique live show at the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt with the support of @experienceegypt. This show without audience will be held in front of the Pyramids, including Cheops, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world and also the last one still visible. The artist will play the exclusive track “Giza” composed especially for the occasion and that will be released in a few weeks on Cercle Records. The live will be available on our Facebook page, Twitch and TikTok! Stay tuned! #SameGreatFeelings #ExperienceEgypt #SafeTravels