I’m sure you might have seen the advertisement already, but in case you haven’t you might be interested to know that Red Bull will be attempting to break the world record for most live performances in one place this evening. Featuring 30 live performances, the event will be broadcasted from various capsules of the London Eye, each of which will have its own performer from their own genre, and by the end of the night, if all goes to plan Red Bull will have beaten the record from the 2012 Olympics, which was 26 live performances.

In total there will be 60 CDJ turntables, 60 speakers, 60 cameras and 180 LED fixtures all wired into the London Eye will 5km of cable and all controlled by a crew of 160 members, featuring the UK’s largest outside broadcast vehicle, a helicopter and a silent disco at the embankment.

Alongside that performers from the night will include Richie Hawtin, Rudimental, Todd Terry, Seb Fojntaine, Goldie, DJ EZ, Danny Rampling, Sasha and Mr C.

All 30 of the capsules will be broadcast later tonight on both Channel 4 and on Red Bull’s Youtube, but just in case you fancy sticking around, you can watch all the action from the player below.

Source: Red Bull Revolutions

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