Grammy nominee and platinum-selling electronic artist Eric Prydz today announced the return of his “HOLO” immersive visual experience and DJ set to NYC, where it made its North American debut in 2019.
In collaboration with underground events collective Teksupport, the acclaimed live series is set to take over a TBA Brooklyn location for three nights on November 22, 24, and 25. Taking over the week of Thanksgiving, each night will offer a unique performance, promising no two nights will be the same.
Prydz’s set has taken the electronic music world by storm, headlining slots at Coachella, Sonar, Tomorrowland, and an Ibiza residency in recent months. Utilizing cutting-edge technology and improvisational live DJ sets, HOLO has become one of the buzziest live shows in the past year.
Prydz plays behind a massive screen, allowing the audience to get fully immersed into the 3D-looking visuals that accompany his progressive house music.
This year’s NYC HOLO shows will be the first in America occurring in a non-festival setting and are Prydz’s first standalone shows post-pandemic.
As mentioned, Teksupport is producing the 3 night run, a cutting edge organizer who’s behind some of the city’s largest parties like CircoLoco, Time Warp, Mayan Warrior and more.
Presale signups are open now with tickets going on sale this Friday, September 22.