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WATCH: Gareth Emery drops insane Laserface set at Amnesia Ibiza

Photo Credit: CameraLady / Taylor Lynn Regulski

Gareth Emery’s much-loved Laserface show concept debuted in Europe at Amnesia Ibiza earlier this month.

After struggling to lock in a show with promoters throughout Europe, Gareth Emery and his team decided to promote the incredible show concept themselves, launching the European debut of Laserface at Amnesia Ibiza, together with local partners.

“So many times we got knocked back with promoters in Europe telling us the show wouldn’t work, people wouldn’t pay for tickets, and every other gutless excuse under the sun (which is partly why two years on we still haven’t done the UK yet!)⁣ And last night it was sweet vindication seeing the Amnesia terrace packed until 6am with ravers who had travelled from all over Europe and the world to this small island… and all of a sudden none of the previous rejections matter. It’s onwards and upwards from here and we are taking this continent by storm.” Gareth Emery revealed in a recent Facebook post right after the spectacular event.

Dubbed as ‘The World’s Greatest Laser Show’, Laserface features sets from Gareth Emery perfectly choreographed to the lasers of globally renowned lasers designer, Anthony Garcia and has toured right across North America at cities like Miami, New York, Vancouver, Las Vegas and more.

Laserface treated punters at Amnesia Ibiza to a fully immersive experience, transforming the Terrace into a true Trance paradise with jaw-dropping production.

“We hadn’t planned to record this show, but a fan sent us an unofficial recording of the entire two hours, and we figured there were too many amazing laser moments not to share. We hope you enjoy it!” Gareth Emery says.

Watch his entire set below!

Laserface by Gareth Emery at Amnesia Ibiza 2019:

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