Deadmau5 is set to perform at this year's Gumball 3000 launch party.
Deadmau5 is set to perform at this year's Gumball 3000 launch party next month.
The superstar music producer - real name Joel Thomas Zimmerman - has confirmed he will make his debut at the star-studded iconic rally on June 4th at Miami's Ocean Drive in Florida, during which 120 supercars and celebrity drivers will roar 3,000 miles across two continents and five countries in seven days.
The 'I Remember' hitmaker previously announced he would be participating in the 15th annual event with his own infamous Purrari, a Ferrari Spider 458, which he has been working on for months and has customised with a wrap featuring the rainbow-adorned Internet meme, Nyan Cat.
His performance on The Art Deco Strip will mark the start of the legendary rally.
The DJ will also attend bashes in Atlanta, Georgia and New York City, before flying to Edinburgh in Scotland and London for similar events there.
Gumball 3000 will shut Regent Street down and transform it into the world's most expensive car park, so fans can enjoy the globe's biggest stars and adrenaline junkies before the rally moves on to Paris and Barcelona.
The event will wrap up in Ibiza with a huge celebration on June 12th.
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