Martin Garrix, Maejor announce ‘Live on Planet Earth’ world premiere

First live performance film premieres on Hulu in the US

AREA21, the dynamic duo comprised of DJ/producer Martin Garrix and rapper, singer and producer Maejor have announced their first full live performance, Live on Planet Earth, set to world premiere exclusively on April 5th on Hulu in the US, Star+ in Latin America, and Disney+ under the Star banner in all other territories. The film will showcase live renditions of the duo’s popular songs with a full band, including Martin Garrix on guitar. The 46-minute-long performance promises to take fans on an out-of-this-world journey, mixing the world of the aliens with planet earth while diving into the true story behind AREA21’s journey here.

After gracing planet earth with a streak of releases that ultimately led to AREA21’s debut album, Greatest Hits Vol. 1, AREA21 is excited to finally release a live performance film. Additionally, there will be an accompanying Live On Planet Earth album, released alongside the film’s premiere and available on all streaming platforms. The album will feature live renditions of the songs as heard in the performance, allowing fans to experience the magic again and again.

“We’ve always been dreaming of having AREA21 on stage with a band,” Garrix says. “The music on the album has been made with a lot of live instruments like real bass, real drums, so it’s amazing to be able to put that into a full live performance now.”

“This is the beginning of an evolution of the music and sounds of AREA21,” adds Maejor. “It’s a great opportunity to show different sides of the project and introduce people to things they haven’t seen from us yet.”

Pacing through album songs such as “La La La,” “Own The Night,” “Lovin’ Every Minute” and “Followers,” as well as earlier fan favorites like “Spaceships” and “We Did it,” the performance film and album showcase the songs as never heard before and brings AREA21’s music to life in a whole new way.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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