BREAKING: Above & Beyond’s ABGT400 plan finally revealed

Anjunafamily, save the date: September 26, 2020!

Every 50th radio show of Above & Beyond’s Group Therapy radio show is normally celebrated with a massive arena-style show, uniting thousands of fans from all across the globe. With large gatherings and travel restrictions still in place throughout the world, they’ve had to settle for something different this year.

Above & Beyond will perform a special extended livestream set on Twitch for ABGT400, recorded on The River Thames in London this month. Their ABGT400 performance will be the first time they’ve got together since March and are set to take fans on a nostalgic journey with all their musical highlights over the past 20 years.

The livestream will kick-off from 7pm BST on September 26, 2020! See the full announcement below.

ABGT400 Announcement:

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It’s very strange approaching ABGT400 without the usual late nights in the studio together finishing off tracks we’ve been working on over the summer. We just haven’t been able to do that this year. ABGT400 will be the first time we’ve got together since March – that’s the longest time we’ve been apart in 20 years. Jono’s been working on a film score, Paavo’s been tinkering away at his beautiful lakeside studio in Finland, and Tony’s been on a deep odyssey and discovering the joys of livestreaming. As Paavo put it, the world is taking a deep breath, reflecting on how we’ve got to where we are. So, in keeping with that theme, that’s what this year’s Group Therapy celebrations are all about: looking back at the music that brought our family together. Happy birthday Anjunabeats! . Live from 7pm BST on Saturday September 26. Set a reminder for the show at #ABGT400 #Anjunabeats20 @abgrouptherapy @anjunabeats @jonogrant @tonymcguinness @paavoab

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