Eric Prydz to Not Perform at Miami Music Week Due to a ‘Medical Condition’

Scheduled to play three sets over the week with one at the Wynwood Factory, another on the ASOT stage, and a B2B set with Adam Beyer at Ultra. Eric Prydz will not be appearing at Miami Music Week.

Prydz sent out a Tweet earlier this week claiming that it was due to a “Medical Condition”. We hope that this is not an ongoing issue for Prydz, as EDC is on the horizon and more Holo shows are set to take place in May. The B2B set with Adam Beyer will most likely go on as a solo set, and ASOT are yet to announce and alternative act to take his place. 

We’re unsure at this time of the exact issue with Eric Prydz, however we hope he recovers well and is out on the road soon.




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