Arcadia is the umbrella name for a huge structure of stages and events.
Most notably, the setup was born and bred, and now once a year regularly is at home as a dance stage at Glastonbury Festival, but is constantly moving around and being taken to new venues as an amazing event in itself, even having circumnavigated the globe twice in 2016.
Arcadia consists of three stages - The Spider, an iconic spectacle built from repurposed military and industrial hardware, wit a capacity for 50,000. It's fully rigged with effects, pyrotechnics, lasers, and lighting. The Afterburner is a 360 stage, also built from recycled materials for an immersive arena space, holding up to 10,000 people. A DJ booth stands in the middle, with spiralling arms reachinginto the crowd create multi level dance platforms and layered spatial dynamics. The third, The Bug, is a sculpture come dance stage on wheels, featured in the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympics.
The team behind Arcadia have now confirmed the huge event will head to London's Stadium in the Olympic Park - for two dates in May 2018 - with the likes of Leftfield and Ram Records bringing artists to the venue.
It's set to be an amazing structure like nothing else - so don't miss out! check out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.