Keinemusik Announce Show At The Great Pyramids Of Giza

Hot on the heels of an extraordinary showing at Zamna Tulum, the fan-favorite Keinemusik “crue” is taking their global reach to the next level with a highly anticipated gig at the Great Pyramids of Giza.

The label collective comprised of &ME, Rampa and Adam Port will make their historic appearance at one of the seven wonders of the world on April 19, 2024, a unique privilege that has been recently afforded to dance music greats like Carl Cox, Tiësto and Egyptian trance legends Aly & Fila.

Known for their immense chemistry behind the decks and a beautifully melodic take on house and techno, Keinemusik will add to their worldwide tour run with dates on either side of the Giza performance, including an opening show in Melbourne, Australia on March 28 and gigs in Bali, New York City and London throughout spring and summer.

Keinemusik continues to be one of electronic music’s most in-demand acts on the back of groundbreaking extended sets–ranging from four to nearly 12 hours–in some of the most stunning locations on Earth. Their hallmark show in Berlin last year sold out almost instantly and left more than 8,000 fans on the waitlist, per EDM Identity–a true testament to the international movement they’ve sparked from beneath their iconic “kloud.”

Fans can sign up for first access to Keinemusik’s upcoming performance at the Great Pyramids of Giza here. A complete list of tour dates is available on their events page.

Featured image from Keinemusik.

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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