The Whitney Houston hologram tour is officially a go.
Houston’s estate and BASE Hologram announced the details on Tuesday, Sept. 17, saying the concert series will be called “An Evening With Whitney: The Whitney Houston Hologram Tour.”
“Whitney Houston was a talent beyond words, and her influence and artistry transcended all boundaries,” Brian Becker, chairman & CEO of BASE Entertainment and BASE Hologram said in a statement. “When she performed there was an unmatched level of charisma and emotion to it – that’s what we are going to bring to audiences.”
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According to BASE, the tour will feature state of the art technology and digitally remastered arrangements of Houston’s biggest hits. The hologram will be backed by a live band, singers, and dancers, with famed choreographer Fatima Robinson hired to direct the production.
The late singer’s estate also shared details about the tour on Instagram.
Houston’s fans responded to the post by urging the estate to “let her rest.”
One person said: “You know damn well Whitney wouldn’t want people paying to see a projection to fill her families pockets.”
Someone else replied: “Nahhh!!! We don’t want this!! Please let the legend sleep in peace!!!”
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Pat Houston, who manages the estate, announced in May that a hologram tour was in the works.
“Whitney is not with us but her music will live with us forever,” Pat said in a statement Tuesday. “We know we made the right decision partnering with BASE because they understand how important it is to produce a phenomenal hologram.”
The tour will kick off in early 2020, with stops currently scheduled in Mexico, the U.K., Ireland and other parts of Europe. Additional tour stops, including in North America, will be announced later. For a list of dates and locations, click here.
Tickets go on sale Sept. 20 at 9a.m.
3 thoughts on “Whitney Houston Hologram Tour Sets Dates and Locations”
Too bad she was a druggy and couldn’t do it on her own.
That’s really quite exciting: technology bringing back your favorite performers of yester-year! I wouldn’t be inclined to pay for Houston, but a Sam Kinison or a Rodney Dangerfield or a Beatles concert?—-Sure!
Exciting technology. I wouldn’t be inclined to see Houston myself—but a Sam Kinison or a Rodney Dangerfield or a Beatles concert?—SURE!
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