On Saturday, November 30, fans across the U.S. will be able to see Pretty Lights perform live at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CA. Pretty Lights’ first Pay-Per-View concert will be distributed live in High Definition beginning at 9 PM PST/12 AM EST by MultiVision Media, Inc. for only $19.95. “Pretty Lights” will be available in over 80 million households via IN DEMAND, Avail-TVN, DIRECTV, and DISH Network.
Analog electronica producer and electro soul hip-hop pioneer Derek Vincent Smith assembled a stellar band for Pretty Lights’ 2013 Analog Future Tour, which kicked off in October. The line-up includes drummer extraordinaire Adam Deitch (Break Science), keyboardist Brian Coogan (New Orleans All-Star), keyboardist Borahm Lee (Break Science), Scott Flynn (John Brown’s Body) on trombone and Eric Bloom (Lettuce) on trumpet. Deitch and Coogan both played extensively on Pretty Lights’ latest album, A Color Map of the Sun.
A Color Map of the Sun was the first Pretty Lights album to be released physically and digitally simultaneously. As always, the album is available in its entirety for download at no cost via www.prettylightsmusic.com. The new album is also available as a double-disc CD, on vinyl and via iTunes, Beatport, Amazon and all other digital outlets. Since its conception in 2006, Pretty Lights has distributed more than 19 million album downloads at no cost to the fans.
“I have never had so much fun performing live as I am having on the Pretty Lights 2013 Analog Future Tour. The fact that people will be able to experience the performance via countless cameras on television in their own home makes me so excited because those viewers will get to glimpse the full extent of what is actually happening on stage,” says Derek Vincent Smith. “Electronic music is booming but the Pretty Lights show is wildly different and exponentially more sophisticated than what people assume about a typical EDM show. I believe that this performance/Pay-Per-View experience will be one of a kind and shed light on the evolution of electronic based music.”
“We are so excited to be working with Pretty Lights for his first ever Live Pay-Per-View. This tour, in particular, is one that has such a high degree of interest with the full backing band for the first time ever as well, and the concert production is so amazing! We know that it’s going to be one of the most anticipated live televised concerts and also one of the most cutting edge!” said Nate Parienti, President of Live Alliance, which is producing the Pay-Per-View concert.