Eric Prydz’s next EPIC installment is set to go down at London’s Creamfields SteelYard. Not only will this be the first time the massive event hits London, it’s also expected to be the biggest as the Swedish DJ is expected to play to a crowd of over 10,000 people. EPIC will be presented by two of the UK’s most respected electronic music brands, Cream and The Warehouse Project.
Following on from a jaw-dropping unveiling at this year’s Creamfields and an announcement of a Liverpool showcase with Axwell and Ingrosso, the Steel Yard is now scheduled to dominate London’s Victoria Park on Saturday 27th May 2017. The momentous rave structure, which is 20 metres high and holds 10,000 ravers, was constructed exclusively for Creamfields. Complete with immersive production, all of which was 12 months in the making, the Steel Yard is the first and largest of its kind in Europe.
Eric Prdyz has promised the brand new show he will bring to London will be: “The biggest and most technically advanced EPIC ever….” He used a winged structure the size of a jumbo jet, and the signature 3D holograms, lasers and original animation that EPIC has become known for.