If you weren’t lucky enough to catch deadmau5 and Eric Prydz’s highly anticipated collaborative live set at Tomorrowland over the weekend, you may still get your chance to see the two producers grace the same stage. In a Tweet sent out by the mau5 himself on Saturday, it looks like he and his team are planning to put the show on the road, which may include a number of dates in the US.
No joke, Eric and I and our team spent 3 months on that single show. We have some plans to expand on it, and perhaps bring it to the US 😉
— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) July 23, 2016
For the Tomorrowland performance, deadmau5 and Eric Prydz spent three months in preparation to get the elaborate live production just right. The show expanded on their b2b set from HARD Day Of The Dead, and the duo incorporated a number of synths and analog gear into their setup.
Fans received the live set with enormous excitement, so if they do hit the road through the US there would no doubt be plenty of support.
If you haven’t heard deadmau5 and Eric Prydz’s epic Tomorrowland set, make sure to relive the whole thing here.
Source: Dancing Astronaut