Watch Above & Beyond, Cercle live stream from Colombia’s Andes Mountains
Above & Beyond Cercle Andes Mountains
Above & Beyond will perform live from Piedra del Peol in Guatape, Colombia on Monday, December 13th, 2021 at 5 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. GMT. Cercle, in collaboration with ProColumbia and Medellin Travel, is producing and broadcasting this historical show live.
Cercle’s first show in Colombia will be on top of the “Piedra del Peol” in the Andes Mountains, with Above & Beyond performing. Piedra del Peol is a 240-meter (787-foot) granite monolith with a spectacular view of the Guatape Valley. Above & Beyond will perform at the top of Piedra del Peñol, an elevation of 2135 meters (over 7,000 feet) above sea level. Only 740 stairs built inside a crack allow access to this national monument.
Several cameras and drones will film Above & Beyond from all angles throughout the performance. Cercle’s Facebook and Twitch pages, as well as Oculus, will broadcast the concert live. Following the live performance, an interview with Above & Beyond will take place, during which the online audience will be able to ask questions.
For the past two decades, Above & Beyond has been at the forefront of electronic dance music. They have two GRAMMYTM nominations as the founders of two record labels (Anjunadeep & Anjunabeats) and hosts of a weekly radio show (Group Therapy) that reaches millions of dance fans every Friday. Above & Beyond, dubbed “the world’s biggest cult band” by UK music publication Q Magazine, has headlined sold-out shows at historic venues such as Madison Square Garden in New York City, The Hollywood Bowl, and The Sydney Opera House, to name a few.
Above & Beyond’s unwavering commitment to their craft has fueled an incredible career: four critically acclaimed studio albums, 14 compilation albums, two ‘acoustic’ albums, and a stand-alone yoga and meditation album.
Cercleis a French media company that creates one-of-a-kind experiences by organizing, filming, and broadcasting concerts in carefully chosen locations all over the world. Cercle’s main goal is to use electronic music and video to highlight cultural heritage and landmarks. Every two Mondays, a different artist performs for an hour in a different location, followed by a live interview. The Eiffel Tower, Chambord castle in France, above Cappadocia in Turkey, and even under the northern lights in Finland have all hosted events.