Cercle is known to produce unique experiences, by organizing, filming and broadcasting concerts in carefully curated locations around the world.
With the goal to showcase cultural heritage sites and landmarks through the prism of electronic music and video, Cercle events have taken place at spectacular locations. From Alpe d’Huez to Tossa de Mar in Spain, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, and even the iconic Eiffel Tower, Cercle events take experiential to another level.
Taking fans onto a wild ride through space, what followed a very long and cryptic hype live social media announcement in early February, all Cercle first revealed was the date “Wednesday Febuary 12.” This left fans thinking their next event was going to be on a spaceship or even however impossible it may sound, on the moon. We now know they were hyping the venue for the Cercle Festival 2020.
After a not so successful round one at a festival last year in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Chateau de Chambord in France, this time around the company seems to be doing things a little differently. For the Cercle Festival 2020 they have collaborated with the National Air and Space Museum of France in Le Bourget. Taking place on May 30th and 31st, the event will see performances by the likes of Maceo Plex, Amelie Lens, Black Coffee, Charlotte De Witte, and more.
This isn’t Cercle’s first time organizing an event at this venue though. Back in 2017, Pan-Pot performed at the Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace with a real-life rocket as the backdrop for a pretty spectacular event.
Tickets are not on sale yet but they will be soon, in the meantime it is possible to pre-register on their official website here.
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