Cercle to Host Live Stream at Ancient Egyptian Mortuary Temple

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Worldwide event and live stream specialists Cercle are once again pulling off an incredible show at an Ancient Egyptian monument. Again partnering with local tourism and events agencies, Cercle have booked Adriatique and Hatshepsut Temple.

Hatshepsut Temple is a mortuary temple built over 3,500 years ago. It’s considered one of the masterpieces of Ancient Egypt, located opposite the city of Luxor. It was erected during the reign of Queen Hatshepsut, the second historically confirmed female Pharaoh. In 2021, Cercle hosted WhoMadeWho at temples in Abu Simbel. In 2020, Sebastien Leger played a set at the Pyramids of Giza.

This is the third time that melodic techno stalwarts Adriatique will be performing for Cercle. They previously played a set in the snowy French Alps in 2019 and for Cercle’s music festival in 2022.

This is, in fact, a ticketed event, a first for Cercle in Egypt. You can pre-register on their site here to access tickets before they go on sale publicly.


This extraordinary location is a mortuary temple built more than 3,500 years ago by the Ancient Egyptians.
Known as the “holiest of holy places”, it has been erected by Queen Hatshepsut, who wanted to elevate her image and immortalize her name.
Hatshepsut is considered one of the main masterpieces of Ancient Egypt. It is located opposite the city of Luxor, itself known as the ‘World’s greatest open-air Museum’.
With a length of 273.5 meters and a height of 24.5 meters, Hatshepsut’s symmetric architecture contrasts with the massive rocky cliffs above it, creating a transcendent atmosphere…