Nokia + Deadmau5 Return 28.11.12: But What Do They Have In Store…?

Rumours have been confirmed that Nokia + Deadmau5 are collaborating once again in what is going to be the biggest event of 2012. The pair promise to take music fans to a whole new level on 28th November, to celebrate the launch of the new Nokia Lumia 820 and 920.

Only 250 pairs of tickets were up for grabs to this must-see mystery event. No-one knows where it is, or what it can be but one thing is for sure, it is going to be epic!

Last year thousands of people witnessed a ground-breaking experience when Nokia + Deadmau5 lit up one of London’s famous skylines, the Millbank Tower.

Using the world’s most advanced technology, a state-of-the art 4D projection was mapped onto Millbank Tower, transforming the iconic building into a sensational music show. The extravaganza featured unbelievable images and an amazing colourful performance whilst pulsing to the backbeat of Deadmau5.

It was nothing short of mind-blowing and now something exciting is on its way…

Check out the teaser trailer below. What do you think of the cryptic clue ‘don’t be afraid of the dark’? Throw ideas around on Twitter using the hash tag #switch. Don’t worry, you won’t have to wait long to find out…

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28.11.12

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