Sensation presents ‘Monument of Light’ live stream event on 4th of July
The 'Monument of Light' show will illuminate the Johan Cruijff ArenA and will be captured in a breathtaking live stream that can be viewed from all over the world.
Sensation Monument of Light
The iconic Sensation event organization is going to live stream Monument of Light, a stunning light show from the iconic Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam. Watch it here.
Saturday July 4 2020, almost 20 years after the first edition of the successful dance event Sensation, the renewed concept Beyond Sensation by event organization ID&T should have taken place in the Johan Cruijff ArenA. Like almost all events this summer, Beyond Sensation can’t happen this year so it will be moved to July 3rd, 2021. However, ID&T wouldn’t be ID&T if no creative alternative were devised to provide the fans with an unforgettable experience anyway. The ‘Monument of Light’ show will illuminate the Johan Cruijff ArenA and will be captured in a breathtaking live stream that can be viewed from all over the world.
With this show, we pay tribute to everyone who has kept their spirits up during the lockdown and, above all, to encourage them to celebrate life in full glory again soon. After darkness, comes light. With this fact in mind, ‘Monument of Light’ was born. The show is a creative translation of Sensation, where artistic experience and entertainment have been at the forefront for decades – organizer Eric Keijer
The show starts at 11 PM CEST and can be viewed from all over the world via the Sensation website or below. The spectacle flows seamlessly into a special 2-hour set by Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, which fits perfectly with Sensation’s storyline.
If you don’t know about Sensation, it was established in 2000 by ID&T founder Duncan Stutterheim. Become famous in the following year because Sensation White, it was the first international music event to have a strict dress code. From that point on, Sensation becomes one of the greatest music event in the world with Sensation Amsterdam sold out every year with more than 40.000 visitors. The unique shows and collaborations with world-famous artists such as Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren and Swedish House Mafia made the event a major international success.