Transmission Australia are set to prove that there’s no such thing as too many lasers, as they upgrade their light show with over 50 lasers.
20,000 party-goers are set to flock to Melbourne’s iconic Etihad Stadium, known to be the 23rd biggest indoor stadium in the world, on September 30 for Transmission Australia – one of the most electrifying festivals to hit our shores. The massive stadium will be transformed into a dance event of epic proportions, attracting a crowd of Trance music lovers, ravers and globe trotters looking for a festival like no other.
Following on from last year’s highly successful debut in Melbourne, this year’s edition will see Transmission raise the bar yet again, “showcasing what will be the biggest production setup Australia has ever seen,” Evolution Events, organisers of the festival, told Trance Project.
“For those who attended Subculture this year or Transmission last year, imagine triple the production for this event from Co2, pyro’s, Special FX and a shit load of Lasers. In fact, we have actually upgraded our laser plot from the required 18 laser fixtures to 54 lasers just to give our patrons the elevated experience of being at Etihad. You don’t get to play with such a venue often, so we just wanted to give the people a proper mind-blowing show!” they also said.
This isn’t the first major dance event at Etihad Stadium, Armin van Buuren and Sensation have also put on huge shows at the stadium. But this will be the biggest laser production Australia has ever seen, and along with the extraordinary stage design, production will take three days to bump in.
Brace yourselves for the event of the year, because Transmission’s history-making laser spectacular promises to be an experience you’ve never witnessed before.
On top of that, this edition will be very special, as the line-up not only sees luminaries such as Markus Schulz and Ferry Corsten bring their classic aliases, but also features some of the most acclaimed acts with the addition of Aly & Fila, Driftmoon, Frontliner, Mandragora, Marcus Santoro and Sneijder.
“From the music to the production – you just have to experience it for yourself to really understand why Transmission is a highly regarded event.”