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Armin van Buuren & Ferry Corsten to perform epic B2B vinyl set

Armin van Buuren & Ferry Corsten.

Armin van Buuren will team up with Ferry Corsten for a mind-blowing back-to-back vinyl set on ASOT next week.

As part of the lead up to ASOT 1000 and to close off voting of your favourite ASOT plays of all time, Armin van Buuren and Ferry Corsten will take fans on a nostalgic journey through their much-anticipated vinyl set.

The two legends have built a steady career in Trance music through both originals and remixes, as well as performing exquisite sets throughout the world. Together, their years of experience will result in one of the most euphoric sets you’ll ever hear.

“Celebration the milestone number of 1000 episodes means looking back as well, and I feel that the best way to do so is to play some vinyl again. I couldn’t think of anyone better to do this with than Ferry; it’s a great honour and I’m really excited for this to happen next week Thursday!” Armin van Buuren said in a press release.

Riding energy, power and bursting with melodic strength, their forthcoming vinyl set will be included in the regular two-hour episode of A State Of Trance on Thursday October 15 from 8PM CEST (Friday October 16 from 5AM for Aussie fans 🇦🇺) and is guaranteed to please the most die-hard of Trance fans.

“Armin and I go way, way back. We went from frequently playing the same events in the late ’90s to collaborating on several tracks over the course of the past twenty years. We were long due for a back-2-back set that takes us right back to the amazing moments we shared, especially since I started my residency at his A State Of Trance radio show earlier this year. And it only feels right to do it in a way that pays homage to those early days of our shared history: with vinyl!!” Ferry Corsten says.

Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten & Benno de Goeij looking through old vinyl to prepare for next week’s set:

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

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