If there’s one artist who continues to deliver groundbreaking electronic shows, constantly pushing the boundaries of event production, it’s Eric Prydz. As can be testified by anyone who has witnessed his EPIC or HOLO live shows, it’s always a safe bet to say that a new show concept from Eric Prydz is something to get excited about and that’s exactly what’s in store for UK fans as he returns to Creamfields on Friday 23rd August with VOID (which stands for VISUAL OFFSET ISOMETRIC DESIGN), a brand new conceptual installation created in collaboration with Cream designed exclusively for his performance in the 15,000 capacity Steel Yard superstructure.
A firm favorite with the Creamfields crowd and sharing a long and close-knit history with the festival, Eric Prydz is undoubtedly the king of the Steel Yard choosing it to debut his brand-new productions as he did with HOLO and EPIC. The idea of this collaboration was to design and create a production concept exclusively for Steel Yard, utilising and transforming its unique space through light, design and a unique installation. Full details of VOID are still under wraps but given the track record Cream and Eric Prydz share together, it’s safe to say fans can prepare for an unmissable mind-blowing performance.
In anticipation of what is set to be an unmissable show, Cream have released a limited amount of tickets. This will be the first of two performances for Eric Prydz at this year’s Creamfields when he returns on Sunday 25th August under his Cirez D moniker to perform alongside Adam Beyer. Eric Prydz is the latest in a long line of big name artists performing at Creamfieldsthis year and will be joining the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Tiësto, Carl Cox, Martin Garrix and many many more.
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