Eric Prydz recently signed with CAA, and hopes to bring HOLOSPHERE to wider audiences in the United States. HOLOSPHERE shows were forced to be canceled after Tomorrowland and Creamfields announced their adjusted schedules for 2021, with both festivals occurring on the same date.
With the newly inked deal, Prydz will be represented by Alex Becket, whose roster also includes Lee Burridge, RÜFÜS DU SOL, and more. While part of the reason that HOLOSPHERE hasn’t been in the United States is because it is difficult to transport, Becket said,
“I don’t think there’s any there’s any trepidation or intimidation about that at all. Quite the opposite. We welcome that challenge. He’s got a team of experts around him, guys that don’t mess around. We’re just excited to see when are [sic] where we can get the Holosphere over here.”
Prydz had scheduled his HOLOSPHERE shows for 2022 following the news that Tomorrowland and Creamfields would both be taking place from August 26 – 29. Prydz will be making his return to the United States on Labor Day Weekend, over September 4 – 5, during ARC Fest‘s inaugural event in Chicago’s Union Park.
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