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Eric Prydz delivers an electrifying performance at Club Space, Miami

In an emphatic return to live gigs, the Pryda frontman laid down an electrifying set at Miami’s renowned Club Space.

Let’s face it, there hasn’t been much to make a song and dance about for the last 12 months. So it’s no surprise that the world of electronic music has embraced the return of live shows in any capacity. One of the biggest standouts of late, came in the form of a four-hour performance from the legendary figure of Eric Prydz.

Making his way back to Miami’s renowned Club Space for the first time since 2017, the swedish electronic icon took partygoers on an archetypal journey through sound – one they had been in desperate need of. 

The performance marked part of III Point X Secret Project music festival that featured performances from Prydz, Luciano, and other artists, running from Sunday evening right through to Monday morning at the beginning of May.

The 4-hour set, uploaded in HD quality courtesy of user Mi5taKlean, captures a lifelike sense of nightlife that people around the world have been starved of during the pandemic.

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