As the UK sees the light at the end of the tunnel in regards to events being allowed once again, events are being announced and everyone is getting into the spirit. With events such as Creamfields selling out, and major venues like Printworks announcing dates, excitingly Above & Beyond are also giving us something to look forward to, and it's huge. Teasing an announcement for August 14

It’s been 20 years since Anjunabeats was founded by Above & Beyond back in 2000. Throughout the past 20 years, more than 700 records have been released through the label, wearing the iconic Anjuna 'A' and kickstarting the career of various producers like Andrew Bayer, ilan Bluestone, Seven Lions, and many more. To celebrate the 20th birthday of the label, several one-day festivals

Just after Above & Beyond's return to A State of Trance festival last week and their collaboration with trance legend Armin van Buuren, which was released today, the trio have finally announced the location for their very own ABGT350 celebrations. Jono, Paavo & Tony announced via Instagram that ABGT350 will take place in the O2 Arena in Prague on Friday 11th October. Since

Above & Beyond's Group Therapy shows have become the stuff of legend in recent years, with the trance trio taking their Anjunabeats sound to various locations across the world. Taking place every Autumn, the ABGT events celebrate a year of Group Therapy radio shows, with the group's weekly podcast loved by millions across the globe. Now, after months of rumours, Above

It goes without saying that Above & Beyond's Group Therapy shows are amongst the best the world has seen. Not only do the trio - Tony McGuinness, Jono Grant, and Paavo Siljamäki - provide an eclectic blend of sound through their phenomenal sets, but the atmosphere and emotion is second to none. Priding themselves of bringing happiness through every avenue,

Following another simply stellar year in 2018, British trance trio Above & Beyond blitzed all before them, headlining Armin van Buuren's ASOT stage as surprise guests during the finale of Ultra Music Festival's 20th anniversary celebrations in Miami. In addition to a sold-out show at the 10,000 capacity Steel Yard in London, as well as shows at Creamfields, Tomorrowland, and

With Above & Beyond playing their ABGT300 show in Hong Kong last weekend, the event was also the subject of big headlines when the group's very own Tony McGuinness revealed that new music was in the works. As well as dropping a flurry of fresh IDs from the Anjuna kitchen, the trio revealed that a new album was on the