It’s time for part 2 of Cosmic Gate In Concert!


They came – you saw – they conquered! On the first Saturday in October, Cosmic Gate delivered on the promise of a first-of-its-kind, lockdown-beating, ‘apart-together’ experience. Filmed in the digital playground of Miami’s Temple House – one of the world’s foremost video mapping venues, Nic & Bossi pulled off the first of their two premium livestreams. Bringing fans together from all four corners, the duo went next-frontier with something both conceptually boundary breaking and audibly unforgettable. You can watch a five-minute clip of this fantastic set here!

Now, case you missed all this, all is far from lost! Indeed there’s at least two pieces of good news on the close horizon. First, if you want to beam this party to your place, you’re still in time. For Your Mind, the first Cosmic Gate In Concert is still available through the platform until the end of October. So you can watch it any day at any time until end of the month as a video on demand, allowing you to experience it with friends on the other side of the country… or the world.

Secondly, your opportunity to catch an In Concert premiere is likewise far from over. Saturday Oct 17 will see the debut streaming of Cosmic Gate – The Classics.

No updated mixes, mash-ups, version-excursions or re-tweaks, Nic & Bossi will be bringing you the originals. Expect ‘Exploration Of Space’, CG’s legendary remix of Tiesto’s ‘Urban Train’ and others in their real-deal 2001 versions. Further gear to cheer will come by way of ‘Be Your Sound’, ‘Fire Wire’, and Nic Chagall’s solo single ‘This Moment’, alongside numerous other outta-the-crates monsters from the likes of Rank 1, John O’Callaghan, Ocean Lab, Nadia Ali and Delirium. This will be the perfect journey through more than 20 Years of Cosmic Gate, showing you how it all started and what made Cosmic Gate the group they are today! So if you’re a true die-hard trance fan, this is the event to be at in 2020!
While the sounds might be classic, ‘In Concert’s cutting edge visual experience will be anything but. The 360- degree visuals experience, with each track getting its own theme, come via VisualArtform (previous work including projects for Kygo, Alesso and The Black Eyed Peas), while the shows are directed by the two-time Emmy award-winning media house, Buster Digital.

Making all this the epitome of interactivity, ahead of the show Nic & Bossi will be offering exclusive virtual meet & greet tickets. Meet Cosmic Gate in a private ZOOM meeting, and you can ask anything you ever wanted to (details here)! Or meet them in the TIXR live chat during the premiere broadcast. If you wanna ask ‘em something show-related, that’ll be where!

Tickets for Cosmic Gate In Concert are $9.99 USD for each show or $15.99 USD for both, available now through Regional streaming times for the Oct 17th event you can find below, which will also be available as video-on-demand to watch/re-watch, two hours after the premiere broadcast, through to October-end.

Cosmic Gate In Concert – The Classics

Premiere broadcast – regional times

Los Angeles 17 OCT   15:00

New York     17 OCT   18:00

Buenos Aires         17 OCT   19:00

Berlin                    18 OCT   00:00

London         17 OCT   23:00

Moscow       18 OCT   01:00

New Delhi     18 OCT   03:30

Singapore    18 OCT   06:00

Tokyo          18 OCT   07:00

Sydney        18 OCT   09:00

If you cannot join the premiere broadcast, no worries, after the premiere the concert is available as video on demand until end of October only on TIXR! So you can replay any day, any time and as often as you like!     

Taking your experience to the max, TIXR are also carrying limited edition merchandise including an In-Concert-dedicated t-shirt, flag and CG’s most recent album, ’20 Years: Forward Ever Backward Never’.

Cosmologists: it’ll soon be Temple House time again! October 17 is the day, regional stream-times are above and a little bit of electronic music history beckons! Be there? More details through!



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