EDM titan Eric Prydz has been blowing minds with his intense and visually engaging stage productions for years now. With Holosphere, Prydz wowed audiences at Tomorrowland in Belgium. Now, he's onto the next big thing: V O I D.
V O I D stands for "visual offset isometric design". What that entails is anyone's guess, but according to Prydz' Facebook post:
"V O I D is a unique lighting installation specifically designed for the Steel Yard to reflect the industrial, underground feel of this iconic structure. See you Friday..."
It appears that Creamfields will be the first, and possibly only V O I D experience. Based on that Facebook caption, it seems that V O I D was designed for the Steel Yard only. Fans who are eager to see the new production can still get tickets to Creamfields via the festival's website.
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Whether or not you're attending Creamfields, it seems as though Prydz and his team are always innovating. From the impressive Holosphere to V O I D and beyond, there's certainly always something to look forward to from Eric Prydz.
H/T: Your EDM