When Tupac Shakur came back to life for a night in hologram form at Coachella a month ago, the Internet and media started buzzing. The question of whether it would be done again or if other dead artists would be resurrected began mounting. Nick Smith, president and founder of AC Concepts, the company that orchestrated the optical illusion, said that a “hologram” Tupac tour was “very likely.” The Huffington Post has the story.
About a month ago, the so-called Tupac “hologram” took Coachella — and the Internet — by storm, leading to speculation on the possibility of a tour.
In an interview with The Huffington Post Wednesday, Nick Smith, the president and founder of AV Concepts, the company that orchestrated the optical illusion, said that a “hologram” Tupac tour was “very likely.”
“Given the massive exposure from Coachella … there is a very high likelihood that they will bring someone on tour,” Smith told HuffPost.
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