Dance music has returned to the Great Pyramids of Giza.
Back in 2015, legendary Egyptian trance duo Aly & Fila performed at the pyramids and made dance music history. Now, French electronic music producer Sébastien Léger can etch his name into the history books after his once-in-a-lifetime set at the pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Léger performed a dazzling no-audience set for Cercle, a distinguished dance music event brand known for planning and streaming concerts in breathtaking locations around the world.
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Flanked by the towering pyramids, Léger unveiled his new live set-up in epic fashion. Rocking a killer modular synth, he dropped a slew of his own originals, including "Oasis" and "Secret." He also debuted a brand new single just for the occasion called "Giza," a hypnotic masterstroke of electronica production.
You can watch Léger's full performance here.