Live broadcaster and YouTube channel Cercle have taken the performance broadcast landscape by storm, thanks to their unique locations and breath taking drone shots, the official Cercle channel now has 250,000 YouTube subscribers and 49,000,000 video views.
Next week the French company will host Diynamic boss Solomun at the Théâtre Antique D’Orange, an ancient Roman amphitheatre that was built in the early 1st century, making it a very special backdrop for a Solomun set. Cercle have also held events at Eiffel Tower, Ibiza Es Vedrà and Château de Fontainebleau.
Supporting Solomun on the day will be Anton Dhouran and Rafael Cerato, tickets for attendance are priced €17, but the event will also be broadcast live via the Cercle Facebook page, you can turn notifications on here. Subscribe to the Cercle YouTube channel here.