From Miami to Birmingham: Latest arrival takes live music to a whole new level.

A brand new state of the art giant touch screen glass DJ deck has arrived at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill at level 25 in The Cube.

The impressive glass touch-screen DJ deck is the world’s first multi touch controller allowing musicians and DJs to interact through the sheet glass with just a fingertip.

Turning heads in Las Vegas, Ibiza and Tokyo – and being only the 2nd in the UK – it’s one of the most visually stunning pieces of kit available.

Live On Level 25 launches with a VIP event on Friday 30th September.

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