The former Radio 1 Resident will have an hour-long set, streamed without charge to a global audience.
The exclusive performance, Sulta’s first in 18 months, is set to reach a global audience of electronic music fans.
FLY has teamed up with a selection of the “biggest promoters” across the world who will amplify the performance, placing Scotland’s dance scene on the map.
Scottish artist, Sulta is known and adored by legions of dance music fans across the world, both for his “unique, vivacious sound and his flamboyant style.”
Having developed his style performing in his native Glasgow and across Scotland, Sulta now regularly performs at some of the world’s biggest and best clubs and festivals including; Pukkelpop, Kappa Futur, Timewarp, Circoloco and Reading & Leeds.
The artist’s one-off streamed performance comes in the slot of what should have been FLY Open Air’s 2021 Hopetoun House Festival this month, but will now see Sulta play an hour-long set, including an upbeat mix of new, exclusive and timeless tracks, all from the magical setting of Edinburgh Castle – for free.
The new partnership offers Sulta’s fans an incredible opportunity to experience what promises to be a “truly unforgettable” set but which also champions and supports Scotland’s dance music.
FLY has supported Sulta from the beginning of his career, performing as part of their weekly club nights in Edinburgh, through to headlining their biggest festivals, including the FLY Open Air sell-out in 2018 at Hopetoun House and 2019 Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens to now, streaming to the world from a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Denis Sulta said: “The idea of playing at Edinburgh Castle came about early 2020, a long summer of dreaming and a lot of practicing in the hope that just MAYBE the dream might come true, and now it’s finally came to fruition.
“I can’t believe we pulled this one off.
“I can now say I’ve contributed to the most iconic landmark in my Scottish upbringing.
“An absolute mind-blowing moment. Thank you to all involved and here’s to whatever’s beyond those castle walls!”
Fergus Myer, Head of Music & Programming – FLY Events: “To be given the keys to Edinburgh Castle for any occasion is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
“Hector (aka Denis Sulta) started playing Hip Hop in FLY’s Room 2, so to have now filmed a stream with him at one of the world’s most iconic locations, epitomizes the success and heights our pathway provides for our homegrown Scottish residents team.
“With the likes of La La, Liam Doc, Barry Can’t Swim, LF SYSTEM, Seren Seo & many more new exciting artists coming through our ranks, it’s an incredibly exciting time for FLY as we continue to break the boundaries of the dance music landscape.”