RBMA World Tour 2011: London | Revolutions in Sound
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- For the World Tour stop in London the Red Bull Music Academy took over the iconic EDF Energy London Eye and presented ‘Revolution in Sound’ – the World’s first music festival in the sky. Each of the 30 capsules became individual gig spaces and hosted shows of the cream of London’s music scene. Check out the highlights in this video and if you want to listen to one of the 30 shows, visit redbullmusicacademy.com.
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