Pretty Lights With 12th Planet at the Fillmore Miami Beach, October 2

Photo by Yesenia Hernandez
Pretty Lights
With 12th Planet, Sounduo and SuperVision
Fillmore Miami Beach
Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Better Than:
Pretty Lights has ever been.

The man known as Pretty Lights puts on one hell of a show. He's really gotta bring it with that kinda name. And he definitely lives up to the hype.

The Fillmore Miami Beach may have been one of his smallest venues on his Illumination Tour. But that doesn't mean the sold-out SoBe theater was rocking any less.

Plus, with support from his friends SuperVision, Sounduo, and 12th Planet, the kids certainly got enough jams.

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Photo by Yesenia Hernandez

We got there as the American King of Dubstep, L.A. bass monster 12th Planet, was finishing up his set. The air was full of excitement and high-octane womp-womps as the DJ kicked out the jams from small decks in front of the stage's red curtain.

The place was totally packed, from the pit on the floor to the second-level balconies, and ushers tried desperately to wrangle party kids out of the aisles.

Photo by Yesenia Hernandez

Before leaving for the night, 12th dropped his ultimate banger "Reason" and the crowd went wild. Smoke billowed up from the edge of the stage as the whole place lost its collective mind.

"Now who's ready for the main DJ," he yelled into the mike. "Who's ready for Pretty Lights?"

Everyone was certainly ready, but there was still time for a smoke break and bar run before the main act would begin.

Photo by Yesenia Hernandez

But when the curtain finally did rise, the wait became well worth it. The production level of Pretty Lights' tour is nothing short of stunning. The Colorado-based performer sweats out the beats from an ever-flashing booth surrounded by city-scape towers of varying heights.

Location Info


The Fillmore Miami Beach

1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, FL

Category: Music

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Its not "Moving Forward"...its "Finally Moving"

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It was uncomfortably, obnoxiously, unnecessarily, testicle-vibratingly loud

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