EDM Icon Eric Prydz’s ‘HOLO’ Tour Hits Australia This Year
— Updated on 30 August 2023

EDM Icon Eric Prydz’s ‘HOLO’ Tour Hits Australia This Year

— Updated on 30 August 2023
Chris Singh
Chris Singh

Although he’s only playing a single show as part of Victoria’s “ALWAYS LIVE” initiative, the news that Eric Prydz is finally touring Australia is — for the lack of a better word — huge.

Recently, big-budget EDM arena shows have been few and far between on our shores. Years have passed since we’ve seen The Chemical Brothers. Swedish House Mafia aren’t anywhere to be found. And we’ve lost all hope for the triumphant return of Étienne de Crécy.

Suffice it to say, this one-off event to be hosted at Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne) on Saturday, December 9th will be the biggest EDM show of the year.

UPDATE: And just like that, a second Melbourne show has been added due to huge demand. You’ll also have a chance to see Prydz at the same venue on Friday, December 8th.

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Presented by Frontier Touring with MG Live, Eric Prydz’s HOLO live show will represent just one of the “ALWAYS LIVE” initiative’s 17-day concert programme, which encompasses various genres.

For those who aren’t familiar, HOLO by Prydz has been touted as one of the most immersive multi-dimensional EDM experiences in history. After closing Coachella earlier this year, fans around the world have been waiting for the 47-year-old DJ and producer to announce more shows.

HOLO, on the other hand, centres around a massive LED screen with various 3D holographic images and cutting-edge technology. I haven’t seen the show myself, but you can catch a glimpse in the video above.

Eric Prydz Australian HOLO Tour

December 8th (Friday) — Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
December 9th (Saturday) — Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Note that tickets to see Eric Prydz in Melbourne go on sale Wednesday, August 30th at 2 PM AEST. Given the Frontier Touring pre-sale has already sold out, we don’t expect tickets to last very long.

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Chris Singh
Chris is a freelance Travel, Food, and Technology writer. He has had work published by The AU Review, Junkee Media and Australian Traveller Media and holds tertiary qualifications in Psychology and Sociology.


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