Above & Beyond to perform ‘Yoga set’ at Steel Yard London

Trance trio Above & Beyond have announced that they will be playing a very special ‘yoga set’ at their Common Ground London show at the Creamfields Steel Yard.

Playing at the Finsbury Park venue at the end of May, the yoga set will kickstart the day, with Above & Beyond urging fans to come down and get the sunny day off to a relaxing start, by stretching out some moves, as Jono, Paavo and Tony spin some Anjunadeep tunes in the background. The news was first teased at last month’s London premiere of the trio’s ‘Giving Up The Day Job’ documentary, where the producers took part in a Live Q&A with fans after the movie – with Paavo highlighting that A&B yoga sets will become a common occurrence in the future.

The set will mark the first of two Above & Beyond sets that day, with several of the biggest names from their Anjuna family joining them for the party, which they will headline in the evening. 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!

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