If you’ve ever been to a festival, you know one of the best parts is the visuals.
While you can listen to a set and watch the live stream — there is nothing like being in person and watching the visuals while listening to a set.
Eric Prydz has been doing holographic shows and people have been losing their minds!
The Swedish dance music legend brought out his “HOLO” show during shows in New York in 2018 and Creamfields in 2019 with a stage show called “V O I D” which stands for “visual offset isometric design.” You can check it out here thanks to Julien Tournadre:
Eric Prydz also brought out his HOLO show during Tomorrowland 2022 and it was nuts. Check it out here:
If you are currently beating yourself because you missed this live set, no need to fear because he is bringing this HOLO spectacle to the 2022 Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) for its last European appearance for the year.
If you live in the US, I’m sure he will come to the states once again.
One thing I know for sure is that I definitely need to go to this show when it’s in my vicinity (and budget allows for it…lol).
Nate’s first ever major EDM event was Hard Summer in 2016. After hearing Porter Robinson close out the festival, he’s been attending live shows on a consistent basis. His favorite EDM genres are currently trance, drum and bass, and house.