It'll happen at Victoria Park next May.
EPIC—Eric Prydz In Concert—is the Swedish artist's signature live setup, with a stage that features three-dimensional holograms and video art, and a rotating setlist that highlights music from across his career and aliases. He's been regularly presenting newer versions of it over the years, and the fifth will make its maiden voyage in Victoria Park, as part of a "superstructure" called the Steel Yard, designed for Creamfields and reportedly "30% larger in scale than Madison Square Garden." (It'll also feature the largest-ever hologram used for a live performance, according to the concert's press release.)
The Bank Holiday weekend event is organized by The Warehouse Project and Cream. It'll run from 1 PM through 11 PM with special guests yet to be announced. It's the only EPIC event planned for Europe in 2017.
Read our review of EPIC 4.0 in LA from earlier this year, and watch a trailer for EPIC 5.0.