Cercle are no strangers to thrilling live performances in dream locations.
On February 13th, 2023, the historic mortuary temple of Hatshepsut will shutter for the day as Cercle records an exclusive set from Adriatique live from the 3,500-year-old wonder. It will mark the esteemed events brand's first show of 2023 and will feature an audience.
The temple was built in 15th century BC and is considered to be a paragon of ancient Egyptian architecture. Located just outside the city of Luxor, it was commissioned by Hatshepsut, the fifth pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt.
In addition to the rare performance, Cercle is inviting its fanbase to join them on a five-day cruise along the Nile river. The Adana Twins will perform a DJ set and attendees will be able to "catch a sunrise from a hot air balloon," according to an Instagram post shared by the brand.
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Earlier in 2022, Cercle hosted iconic trance trio Above & Beyond, who performed atop Colombia's 650-foot monolith, El Peñón, a natural landmark located in Piedra del Peño. The company also streamed a live concert under the Northern Lights in Finland last summer.