Eric Prydz has announced a brand new live hologram show, HOLO. The show will debut this summer across three UK gigs in Belfast, Glasgow and at Creamfields festival.
This announcement comes following a teaser released earlier this week, after which many suspected the return of his EPIC live show. HOLO, unlike the site specific EPIC, is a new concept that has been in the works for several years and will make use of similar holographic technology to create a thrilling, tourable live experience.
HOLO has been locked for three UK dates this summer: June 2nd in Braehead Arena, Glasgow; June 30th at Belsonic Festival, Belfast; and August 30th at Creamfields Festival.
Prydz will Creamfield's Sunday bill, bringing HOLO to its incredible Steel Yard mega-strcture stage. He will join the likes of Carl Cox who will headline the festival for the first time in a decade.
EPIC has also been confirmed to return in future with version 6.0 planned for 2019 and set to be its most groundbreaking installment to date. EPIC celebrated its fifth outing last year with a 15,000 capacity sold-out gig in London.
Watch the teaser for HOLO below. Tickets will be available this Friday February 2nd at 9am GMT.
It's shaping up to be a massive year for Prydz with his Pyrda Arena being locked for Tomorrowland and sets confirmed at massive festivals including Ultra Europe. Read our in-depth interview with him from last year here.
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