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Gorgon City will play an intimate gig following Arsenal’s match on 24 February, in an exclusive for UK and EU Tidal members
By Anna Grace on 14 Feb 2019
Entertainment streaming platform Tidal have teamed up with Arsenal football club to host a post-match concert with electronic duo Gorgon City at The Garage (600-cap.) in Highbury, north London on Sunday 24 February.
The concert, the second event of Tidal and Arsenal’s partnership following an intimate concert featuring Maleek Berry last year, will take place following the club’s premier league match against Southampton and will be exclusive to Tidal members.
Tidal members across the UK and Europe must enter to be in for a chance of attending the intimate Gorgon City gig.
The global music and streaming platform entered into the partnership with Arsenal last year, giving football club members access to the platform’s music library. Tidal and Arsenal have collaborated to create exclusive content, such as players’ personal playlists, that “brings the worlds of football and music together.”
Tidal and Arsenal have collaborated to create exclusive content that “brings the worlds of football and music together”
The Tidal platform features livestream footage of Jorja Smith and Stormzy from the Tidal stage at the 2017 Made in America festival, as well as music videos and original interviews from bands including LCD Soundsystem and Bikini Kill.
The Arsenal partnership is part of the Tidal X programme, which aims to connect artists with fans through events, meet and greets, ticket giveaways and livestreams.
Tidal members have been given the opportunity to attend exclusive concerts and events featuring performers including Jay Z and Beyonce, Kanye West, Usher, Blood Orange and Demi Lovato.
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