For his upcoming lots of shows in a row tour, deadmau5 had revealed that he will be bringing back his signature Cube stage. In a recently uploaded video, the Canadian artist shows the creative process behind this concept and how it will be implemented for his shows.
Filmed at Lilitz, Pennsylvania, the video unveils the type of technology that the Cube 2.1 stage uses in terms of both design and lighting. The stage also involves a one-of-a-kind visual experience for the audience, in which deadmau5 was heavily involved in developing.
Upon creating the stage, deadmau5 also collaborated with TAIT, which is a company that designs and constructs some of the most innovative and technologically advanced live equipment and stages in the world.
Together, deadmau5 and TAIT joined forces in building the Cube 2.1 concept into reality, preparing for its long-awaited launch once the tour commences.
Deadmau5’s lots of shows in a row tour begins on March 29 at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom. Other notable venues include The Fillmore in Detroit, the WaMu Theater in Seattle, the Fox Theater in Oakland, and the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Tickets for the tour are available for purchase here and you can check out the behind-the-scenes video behind Cube 2.1 below.