Paul van Dyk to perform his first-ever drive-in car concert

Paul van Dyk fans, rejoice!

Left: Paul van Dyk. Right: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images.

Paul van Dyk is set to perform live to an audience social-distancing inside their cars in Frankfurt.

11 years after his phenomenal performance with the HR Sinfonie Orchestra, and Paavo Järvi, Paul van Dyk will once again host another extraordinary show on Saturday June 13, this time at Jahrhunderthalle’s parking lot, which has been transformed into a gigantic car concert stage for around 300 vehicles.

Tuning into an FM radio frequency from their cars, this unique drive-in music experience offers a new, compliant and completely risk-free way of live entertainment.

Ticket holders can look forward to music from his new album ‘Guiding Light’ and an electronic journey from Club Classics to Ibiza Grooves and Trance Anthems.

In 2009, Paul van Dyk and the HR Sinfonie Orchestra, under the conduction of Paavo Järvi, came together to perform classical and electronic music under one roof at Jahrhunderthalle. 

It was one of the finest and more memorable shows in Paul van Dyk’s everlasting career and his new drive-in concert will take you back to some of those incredible moments.

Paul van Dyk’s drive-in concert will be more than just a novelty. It will be a breathtaking musical journey.

Paul van Dyk & HR Orchestra Live in Frankfurt back in 2009:

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Written by Miguel Ramirez

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