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Above & Beyond Drops Dates for 2022 Group Therapy Weekend

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Get ready Anjunafamily! Above & Beyond just announced that Group Therapy Weekender is set to return to The Gorge in July 2022.


If there is one thing that Above and beyond have become known over the years beyond their music, it’s their ability to cultivate a thriving community and organize fantastic experiences that they can attend. While many people wish to flock to their landmark storefronts from around the world, in 2019 they organized one of the most unique expeditions for the Anjuna family to date, Group therapy weekend.

Continuing with vibrations similar to those of their flagship ABGT250 show at The throats, the first edition of the event quickly became the talk of the city as its stacked lineup played in full force and many memories were created along the way. While they originally announced the return of Group Therapy Weekender in 2021, the pandemic turned out to upset their plans – but today they’re back on track with dates set for July 23-24, 2022.

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Announced at the end of the most recent edition of Group Therapy Radio (ABGT445) after a fantastic mix from Joseph Ray, Above & Beyond’s Tony McGuinness took the mic to provide an update on ABGT450 and Anjunadeep Open Air London – but also dropped early details from Group Therapy Weekender. “And great news, we are delighted to be returning to The Gorge next year for another weekend of group therapy,” he said before dropping dates and more details to come.

Sign up for more updates on Group Therapy Weekender 2022 via their website and stay tuned for more details on the next edition. We are sure it will be quite a magical experience.

Above and Beyond Group Therapy Weekend 2022 Dates

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