Today Eric Prydz has announced the monumental return of his audiovisual experience HOLO to NYC, marking HOLO’s first return to the city where it made its North American debut in 2019. Held in partnership with underground events collective Teksupport, the acclaimed live series will take over a TBA Brooklyn location for three nights on November 22, 25, and 25.
Prydz’s HOLO concept utilizes cutting-edge technology to create an immersive visual experience that, when merged with Prydz\’s improvisational live DJ sets and original productions, has become one of the music industry’s most impressive, a groundbreaking fusion of audio and visual artistry. Each November show will be a completely unique and individual musical experience.
Spawned from Prydz’s original pioneering use of holograms for his EPIC concert series, HOLO has revolutionized the landscape of live electronic music over the last twelve months, with headlining slots at Coachella, Sonar, Tomorrowland, and an Ibiza residency. The NYC HOLO shows will be the first in America occuring in a non-festival setting and are Prydz’s first standalone shows post-pandemic.
One of electronic music’s brightest stars, the Grammy nominee and Platinum-selling artist Prydz, recently revisited his progressive house alias Pryda for the first time in almost four years with two singles ‘Of Me’ and ‘The Return,’ the latter of which was dubbed an Essential New Tune by Pete Tong.
Led by founder Rob Toma, Teksupport has spent the last decade shaping the nightlife landscape of NYC through cutting edge production, unparalleled musical curation, and never-before-used locales. Pushing the boundaries of traditional nightlife, Teksupport has been the driving force behind some of the most important collisions of club culture, high fashion and technology in recent years. The pioneering event visionaries expanded beyond NYC to throw events across the nation, positioning themselves as the premiere partner for stateside takeovers from global institutions such as CircoLoco, Time Warp, and Mayan Warrior.