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Published on May 21st, 2020 | by Jerry Doby

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Gareth Emery Announces First-Ever UNPLUGGED Digital Concert Featuring the Greatest Vocalists in Trance Music

Last week, Gareth Emery broke new ground in dance music by being the first electronic act to launch a PPV stream for his Decade concert. A collaboration with TIXR Play and Tour Mogul, the set sold out in advance, with thousands of fans chatting in a premium live-streamed experience and tuning in to watch a four-hour set of Gareth’s classics from his own backyard, with more lasers than most festival stages to boot. 

Following the success of Decade, Gareth’s now attempting his most ambitious project yet – an Unplugged concert featuring him on piano, with a dozen of the vocalists featured on his hit records over the years joining him virtually from around the world.

The lineup features the A-list of trance music vocalists, with Emma Hewitt, HALIENE, Christina Novelli and many more, where unplugged versions of tracks like ‘Concrete Angel’ and ‘Saving Light’ will prove to be stripped-back tearjerkers. 

Opening duties are taken care of by Emery himself, who’ll be playing a chill-out sunset DJ set prior to taking the piano. The event starts at 7.30PM PST, with two replays broadcasts for different time zones through the weekend on Tixr Play.

Free passes will be going to any medical workers worldwide, and can be acquired by sending an email to [email protected] from an official email or with a photo of a Medical ID card.

For everyone else, tickets are $15 and available now at garethemery.com/unplugged



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