Ultra Music Festival 2014: Eric Prydz ‘HOLO’ show
Swedish producer Eric Prydz took to the main stage just after 8.30pm on Friday night to unveil his hugely-anticipated new 'HOLO' show during Day One of Ultra Music Festival.
In what would be one of the most mind-blowing sets at Miami’s Bayfront Park, full-colour lasers shot out across the crowd from the very first second of the dance heavyweight’s performance.
What was supposed to be the debut of Prydz’s new ‘HOLO’ live show, promised to be the "largest holographic" in North America (see update below) the set still fused the 37-year-old's music with custom-designed visuals which bounced within the main stage's 'Vortex' structure.
A massive LED screen lit up with Prydz’s own digital creations, as the Swede spun through his biggest hits, including crowd-favourites ‘Liberate,’ and ‘Every Day.'
Fireworks shot into the sky as he rounded out the set with his undoubtedly biggest hit, ‘Pjanoo,’ with the crowd throwing up their hands in an almost trance-like devotion.
For true Prydz fans, the show was a solid. And for those just in town for the “EDM” it was probably just as cool.
UPDATE: After being informed that most of the 'HOLO' elements couldn't take place because of technical difficulties (thanks to you guys on Twitter), holograms or not, we thought the visual show was still pretty f*cking awesome.
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