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Above & Beyond Brings Eric Prydz With Them For Their Most Epic MMW Show To Date

As Miami Music Week draws closer the bright lights and exciting lineups of all the parties throughout the week are sparking giddiness and anticipation for all attending. Some have already taken their voyage and have begun the party and others are waiting with eager minds to get to South Beach as soon as humanely possible. No matter who you are, where you are coming from, or who you are dying to see, there seems to be one show that is topping them all. English trance trio Above & Beyond is set to once again take over the RC Cola Plant for their epic production as they do every year in Miami. This year seems to be a very special occasion however, as another one of the biggest living legends Eric Prydz is joining them for a night of arguably the best music Miami has to offer this week.

The combination of A&B and Prydz is one with massive expectations. Both acts are seen as the highest of the high when it comes to the trance/house side of electronic music and have been touring and never disappointing fans for over a decade. Along with their career stats of headlining some of the biggest venues and music festivals in the world, the two have garnered their own specifically dedicated fan bases which will travel all across the globe to catch a glimpse of their favorites. The crowd at the RC Cola Plant will definitely be one that knows every note, every beat, and every lyric to both sets.

Truthfully, we don't remember the last time we were this excited for a show at Miami Music Week. All the other parties will be amazing, but none of them will be special like this show. Prepare to cry your eyes out if you were lucky enough to snag a ticket already, and if you haven't you better get to it ASAP. This show will sell out. Tickets are still available here. We can't wait to enjoy the group therapy with you on Thursday night.


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