Sensation returns to Japan for its ‘Innerspace’ edition

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Sensation returns to Japan for its ‘Innerspace’ edition, a journey into the human consciousness

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In two weeks’ time, Sensation Japan is back once again to offer another unique and all encompassing, sensory stimulating musical experience like no other on the planet. Lining up are global dance music superstars MR. White, YAX.X & HiRAPARK, Steve Angello, Tom Staar and Yellow Claw. Sure to be another memorable occasion that invites fans to explore human spirituality and enlightenment.

Now into its 16th year, Sensation is the most traveled electronic music event in the world and has been to all continents, 34 countries and 43 different cities. It always leaves a lasting impression wherever it goes thanks to its large scale antics and devotion to getting the details right. In 2016 Sensation is switching up the vibe to be totally unique from last years’ edition, this will be even more of an all-consuming, sensory dance experience, with many new additions all on hand to blow your mind once more, all under the theme of being adventurous journey through the seven stages of enlightenment.

Based around the theme of spirituality, Sensation ‘Innerspace’ takes you on a mesmerizing journey into the human consciousness. Presenting the audience with an interactive backdrop of dazzling decorations and jaw-dropping show moments, it is an audio-visual experience so spectacular it will touch your soul and encourage you to find spirituality on the dance floor and celebrate the now.

This year’s award winning event will ask all attendees to dress in white as they worship at the altar of the center stage. All around them will be explosions of color and character, with larger than life lasers, light shows, acrobats, intricate detailing and pyro effects that’s sure to be a magical experience.

 

Ticket info below:
International visitors can buy tickets through Paylogic
Japanese visitors can buy tickets through l-tike

 

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