It’s been a long and difficult road to the return of Eric Prydz‘s mind-bending “HOLO” production, but fans can finally celebrate the revival of arguably the most impressive live music production in modern dance music.
The Swedish dance music icon is set to revive the subversive stage at the inaugural Creamfields South festival, which recently unveiled a mammoth lineup.
Taking the production to the next level, this will be the biggest Eric Prydz show to date, featuring brand new music, state of the art higher resolution visuals and a bespoke lighting design created specifically for the Steel Yard.
He’ll join headliners Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Carl Cox, Becky Hill, Fatboy Slim, CamelPhat, deadmau5, Charlotte de Witte, Jamie Jones and Amelie Lens.
The advent of COVID-19 fed Eric Prydz‘s ambitious “HOLO” endeavor through a never-ending wood chipper. Following its momentous appearance at the first weekend of Tomorrowland in 2019, the intricate production was axed for the festival’s second iteration before being shelved indefinitely in 2020 due to the impact of the pandemic. Prydz went on to announce its long-awaited reintroduction at the 2021 edition of Creamfields’ flagship festival, but those plans were eventually abandoned.
Rumours are circulating that the performance will be live streamed for all dance music fans to enjoy. Creamfield South is set to take place 2-4 June at Hylands Park, Chelmsford UK.