1. Above & Beyond is a British Electronic music supergroup formed by music producer Jono Grant, Tony McGuinness and Paavo Siljamäki in 2000. They also founded 2 of the most important electronic music label in the industry: Anjunabeats, and its subsidiary – Anjunadeep (specialised in Deep House music).



2. Anjunadeep hosts weekly radio show entitled Group Therapy Radio. Started in 2012, Above & Beyond showcases trance and progressive house music to more than 25 millions listeners and has brought their live radio show to more than 30 countries all around the world.


3. “Push the Button” is a ritual rooted from Above & Beyond, it comes with intricate, hand-painted signs and flags—and makes the daunting trek from the back of the crowd to the front of the stage—in hopes of being handpicked to come on stage and drop the beat in front of tens of thousands of their fellow ravers.


4. The album cover of Common Ground, Above & Beyond’s fourth studio album, made a huge resemblance to the endless confetti fly across the festival ground in every Group Therapy live show.


5. ABGT100 and ABGT200 hosted more than 18,000 and 17,000 people respectively, and we expects a huge amount of international electronic music lovers to fly to Hong Kong for the ABGT300 show.


6. Above & Beyond hosted a 2-day festival for the 250th episode of Group Therapy in one of the most beautiful outdoor music venue, The Gorge Amphitheatre in Seattle, which hosted more than 25,000 fans.


7. After their 100th episode live show in Madison Square Garden in New York City in 2014 and Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam for the 200th episode in 2016, the 300th episode of the Group Therapy radio show is going to be held in Hong Kong and it will be their first time bringing it to the Far-East Orient.


8. This is Above & Beyond’s second performance in Hong Kong, after their debut in Creamfields Hong Kong 2017 last December.


9. Anjunadeep Open Air is the official after-party event of ABGT300, it will be held in iconic West Kowloon Nursery Park, overlooking the magnificent Victoria Harbour and the skyscraper skyline.


10. It is the first big music festival in Hong Kong infusing yoga and electronic music together.


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