One of the biggest acts in world music, trance trio Above & Beyond have garnered a huge fanbase worldwide, selling out various arenas, including Madison Square Garden in New York, and London’s 20,000 capacity O2 Arena (REVIEW). This year, the British mega-group will return to their native capital, as part of their worldwide Common Ground tour, with a special show at the Creamfields Steel Yard.
The iconic metal structure, first debuted at Creamfields 2016, with performances from the likes of Marshmello, Skrillex, and Diplo, has since housed separate raves up and down the country, with Eric Prydz’s EPIC 5.0 taking place at London’s Victoria Park Steel Yard event last year, and the likes of Martin Garrix and Steve Angello performing inside the same venue during a November 2017 show in Liverpool.
Now, Above & Beyond have taken to their official Twitter page to announce the line-up for their Saturday 26th May event, with several of the biggest names from their Anjuna family joining them at Finsbury Park for the party. Debuting a stellar cast of acts which includes Grum, and Ilan Bluestone, the Common Ground London event is one that no Anjunabeats fans will want to miss, and yet again, proves the incredible diversity of Cream as a dance brand. This one is going to be huge!
Just Announced, @aboveandbeyond Common Ground at Steel Yard London Finsbury Park with @eliandfur , @GabrielNDresden, @GenixDJ & @sunnylax, @grummmusic @iBluestone , @djoliversmith & @Spencer_Brown 👉 https://t.co/lz5FLbHXt6 pic.twitter.com/RPK7zQyl1n
— Creamfields (@Creamfields) February 15, 2018
Very pleased to bring such a stacked lineup of Anjuna talent to London! https://t.co/Ot3UTofk2L
— Above & Beyond (@aboveandbeyond) February 15, 2018