Cercle party with Argy DJ on top of Europe at 3,600 m MSL

A party on the Sphinx Observatory, Jungfraujoch, the top of Europe
A party on the Sphinx Observatory, Jungfraujoch, the top of Europe
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You can now dance on top of Europe, at 3600 meters on sea level. French media company Cercle teams up with Argy to bring him to play a special set on top of a mountain. We’re talking about the Jungfraujoch, the top of Europe as they like to call it. But let’s rewind from the beginning. Who’s Argy? What’s Cercle? And where’s Jungfraujoch?

Greek-born, UK-based, Argy has been around since 2005. It’s just in the last few years that he really flipped his career. In 2021 his single Ketuvim released on Renaissance Records surpassed 2 M streams on Spotify alone. The song was the first extracted from his upcoming album, The Interior Journey, released in the same year. From there, Argy‘s career has been a series of successes. In 2012, his debut on Tale Of Us Afterlife Records with Tataki marked his global baptism. With 15 M streams, it’s the second most streamed song of Argy. Last year, he returned with the long-awaited Aria on Afterlife. The song has amassed more than 20 M streams on Spotify alone. In 2024 Argy will release his new album, New World.

Argy is the next artist to play for Cercle. Born as a media company to invite eclectic artists to play in the most stunning location, Cercle has come a long way. The French media company now runs a music label, organizes special travel journeys with its fans, hosts a podcast, and plans multi-artist festivals and more. The main core has always remained the same. Bring the most in-demand artist to play in the most beautiful location. That’s why Argy will play for Cercle at the Jungfraujoch, the top of Europe.

The Top Of Europe: Switzerland’s Sphinx Observatory is where Argy will play for the Cercle party.

The Sphinx Observatory is an astronomical observatory located above the Jungfraujoch in Switzerland. It is named after the Sphinx, a rocky summit on which it is located. At 3,571 m above mean sea level, it is one of the highest observatories in the world. Accessible to the public, it is also the second-highest observation deck in Switzerland.

This is the second time Cercle has chosen a similar location. They invited Stephan Bodzin to the top of the Switzerland Alps at Schilthorn, Piz Gloria 3000 meters.

The show is planned for March 18 from 15:30 to 19:00. Acid Flora is in charge of the opening. Tickets will be on sale soon.

There are a couple of things to keep in mind if you want to join the party. This show is at altitude! Partying at altitude can be stressful for the body, due to the lack of oxygen in the air we breathe. If you experience migraines, shortness of breath, abnormal fatigue, or nosebleeds, please go to First Aid immediately (available during the entire duration of the event).

Because the location is that high, weather conditions are unpredictable and change quickly in this environment. In case of bad weather, Cercle reserves the right to postpone the date to March 19 or 20. Plan to stay for all three days (March 18, 19, 20) to avoid missing the Show in case of postponement.

Take into consideration that tickets are expensive. Just the access to the Sphinx Observatory is € 236. So, don’t expect any cheaper fare.

As always, the full show will be live-streamed on Cercle’s Facebook page and Twitch channel. After that, the show will be available in stunning 4K on YouTube.

Argy x Cercle official cover poster
Argy x Cercle official cover poster