23 Oct 2013, by RyanEmmen
starts on 12 Oct 2013,
ends on 12 Oct 2013
American Airlines Arena
AmericanAirlines Arena, Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL
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After two very successful debut shows in New York in 2012, Sensation by ID&T returns this fall and proudly present their first U.S. tour: Sensation ‘The Ocean of White’! Visiting 4 cities, Oakland, Las Vegas, Miami and New York. The shows will take place September 14 at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California; October 5 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada; October 12 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida and October 26 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York were it will celebrate it's 100th global performance.
Sensation will present to U.S. audiences “The Ocean Of White,” In this show the arena is transformed into a water world full of mysteries of the unexplored. Expect water running through a raised canal and numerous fountains bursting water against the roof. You’ll discover an ocean spectacle that explodes to the beat of the music.
Featuring world renowned Dutch Dj's such as Fedde le Grand and Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, Sensation will be unlike anything you have seen.
ID&T is a Dutch pioneering electronic music experience company. They work with the world’s most talented and innovative DJs, musicians, creatives and artists to create dance events that bring people together, in places that thrill the senses. Their aim? To spread joy, have fun and share ideas with the generations of tomorrow.
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