7 Bizarre Hologram Concerts

2pac isn’t the only musical act to get the Star Wars treatment.

Geoffrey Goldenby Geoffrey Golden

There’s been a disturbance in the music world force. I pay an exorbitant ticket price, parking fees and "sucker" fees to see a live concert, but instead of real people performing, I get a hologram. As somebody who loves holograms, it saddens me to have to say this: using holograms to raise the dead or replace living musicians is total (real life) bulls*ht. Here are 7 bizarre hologram concerts: 


Vocaloid – “Words of Love”

In Japan, hologram concerts are all anyone ever sees anymore.


Gorillaz & Madonna – Feel Good Inc. / Hung Up

Madonna’s like, “pay attention to me! Not the holograms! Me!”


Mariah Carey in Poland

It’s not like she’s dead or a cartoon character – why won’t she just perform in Poland?


Black Eyed Peas – “Time of My Life”



Brad Paisley & Virtual Carrie Underwood – “Remind Me”

If there was one genre I’d have more respect for if it took a stand against holograms, it’d be country. Ohhhh weeeeeeell.


Tails from Sonic The Hedgehog – “Tails Tails Night Fever”

So this is what he does between Olympic games.


2pac and Dancing Baby at Coachella 2012

2pac finally puts aside his beef with the Notorious B.A.B.Y.


Geoffrey Golden is the Editor in Chief of The Devastator: The Quarterly Comedy Magazine For Humans! Header via.