Swedish DJ Eric Prydz announces exclusive Melbourne show as he prepares to join Christina Aguilera at Always Live event for the ‘first and only time’
Swedish DJ Eric Prydz announced on Friday he will be performing an exclusive show in Melbourne later this year.
The music producer, 47, who rose to fame in 2004 with his hit single Call on Me, will join stars including Christina Aguilera at the Always Live event.
Typically a headliner for the world’s biggest festivals, DJ Prydz will bring his show HOLO to Australia on December 9 for one performance only.
Sharing a 3D graphic poster to his Instagram, he added that Always Live would be the ‘first and only time HOLO will come to Australia’.
The Opus hitmaker is famous for his incredibly immersive concerts which feature 3D holographic images on huge LED screens.
Swedish DJ Eric Prydz, 47, (pictured) announced on Friday the date for his exclusive Melbourne performance at Rod Laver Arena this year
He has headlined massive shows for festivals such as Coachella, Tomorrowland, Creamfields, Sonar and Ultra Miami.
Always Love’s chief executive Steve Smith told Herald Sun: ‘Eric Prydz is such a massive production. To have that in Melbourne exclusively is wow!’
‘We have to work a whole lot harder to make sure we deliver a program as good, if not better, than last year.’
The music producer who rose to fame in 2004 with his hit single Call on Me, will join Christina Aguilera at the Always Live event
He continued: ‘We don’t get fixated by anything in particular, but we’ve always got the radar on.’
The announcement comes just days after it was revealed Christina Aguilera is set to play a concert in Australia at the Always Live event for the first time in 15 years.
The American pop star, 42, will perform in November as part of the Victorian Government’s 17-day ‘statewide celebration of contemporary live music’.
Typically a headliner for the world’s biggest festivals, DJ Prydz will bring his show HOLO to Australia on December 9 for one performance only
The six-time Grammy winner will light up the open-air stage at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse on Saturday, November 25.
The trip also marks two decades since she released her pop masterpiece Stripped.
This government-sponsored musical bash, now in its second year, is set to be bigger and better.
Whether it’s jam-packed stadiums, intimate pubs, or swanky rooftops, there’s something for every music lover.
It comes just days after it was announced Christina Aguilera, 42, (pictured) is set to play a concert in Australia for the first time in 15 years