“No other artist has ever played there and a lot of people have tried, including the Rolling Stones,” says British electronic music pioneer Paul Oakenfold.

Paul Oakenfold likes to boldly DJ where no man has DJ’ed before. In 2003, he became the first person to tote turntables onto the Great Wall of China. Last year, he played a set for the sherpas and mountaineers at Everest Base Camp. And on Thursday night, as the sun set over Salisbury Plain, he performed the first DJ set ever presented at the 4,500-year-old circle of monoliths that is Stonehenge.

Legendary DJ plays at Stonehenge

Iconic DJ Paul Oakenfold has become the first ever-artist allowed to play at one of the oldest ruins in the world.

Posted by CNN Connect the World on Monday, 17 September 2018

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