Watch Adriatique live for Cercle at Hatshepsut Temple

adriatique x

Adriatique, the Swiss duo renowned for their signature sound of haunting techno and emotive electronica, will play a spellbinding live set in front of the iconic Hatshepsut Temple in Egypt for the popular music channel, Cercle. The magnificent temple, with its towering columns and grand archways, served as the perfect backdrop for Adriatique’s atmospheric performance.

The audience will be transported to another realm as the duo played their haunting melodies and driving beats, creating an unforgettable experience for everyone in attendance. The breathtaking scenery, combined with Adriatique’s captivating sound, will surely make for a truly magical performance that will go down in history.

Adriatique live for Cercle at Hatshepsut Temple, Egypt

With mysterious soundscapes, pounding beats, and depressing melodies, Adriatique’s music is a singular fusion of eerie techno and moving electronica. Be prepared to be immersed in another universe during a DJ set thanks to its immersive sound. They deftly create a captivating environment that energizes and moves the dance floor.

Adriatique’s songs frequently begin slowly, luring you in with ominous synth lines, then erupting into pounding beats with lots of basses. Their performances take the audience on a journey through a variety of emotions while having them feel every note of the music. An Adriatique DJ set is a unique experience, whether it’s a melancholy, introspective moment or a hands-in-the-air, pure bliss moment.

Cercle Moment will bring a bunch of lucky people on an exclusive journey

Cercle Moment invites people to get to know the Cercle Family, share in their unique experiences, and learn about the local arts and culture. Live a timeless adventure in carefully chosen locations and make one-of-a-kind, life-long memories through unexpected experiences.

For this specific occasion, the Cercle Family invites you on a five-day Nile cruise from February 9 to February 14 to experience Egypt in a small-group setting. On the 9th of February, they departed from Aswan with 30 visitors. It has been a uinique journey through the land of the pharaohs, where they have enjoyed a private performance by the Adana Twins with more surprises along the way.

The attendees will have a private tour of the scenery from the Adriatique show while traveling as they will arrive at Hatshepsut Temple before anyone else.

Adriatique live for Cercle at Hatshepsut Temple, Egypt
Adriatique live for Cercle at Hatshepsut Temple, Egypt

The location: Hatshepsut Temple in Egypt

Land to Hatshepsut, an Egyptian mortuary temple constructed more than 3,500 years ago. Queen Hatshepsut built this temple, which is referred to as the “holiest of holy sites,” in order to boost her reputation and ensure the perpetuation of her name.

Hatshepsut, which is situated across from Luxor, is still regarded as one of the greatest works of ancient Egyptian art. Its symmetrical architecture contrasts with the enormous rocky cliffs surrounding it, producing a transcendent atmosphere, and it is 273.5 meters long and 24.5 meters tall.

The temple is considered to be one of the most magnificent architectural masterpieces of ancient Egypt and is renowned for its grand architecture and stunning setting. The temple is built on a series of terraces, which rise dramatically up the cliffs of the surrounding mountains. Its towering columns and grand archways are adorned with intricate carvings and paintings, depicting scenes from Egyptian mythology and daily life.

Visitors can marvel at the temple’s grandeur and take in the stunning views over the Nile River and the surrounding countryside. Hatshepsut Temple is a true testament to the architectural prowess of the ancient Egyptians and a must-see destination for anyone interested in Egyptian history and architecture.