In this Dream Tour segment, the electro pop band, DREAMERS, reveals who they would want on their ultimate tour lineup. You can check out their picks, after the break.
The air-lock decompresses with a high-pitched whoosh and calming double beep indicating we’re officially safe to take off our helmets. We’ve made it to Artemis, the first stop on our tour: a warm-up show on Earth’s Moon. It’s a stadium tour, but this first show is small and low pressure, just 2,000 people in a large but intimate domed theatre, old fashioned style with Roman columns and red velvet seating. The seats have seatbelts to keep people grounded in low gravity, but there’s plenty of ceiling space if they want to float up and dance. There’s full dinner service, free caps of mushrooms for anyone who wants them, and of course, drinks.
As we’re ushered through the art-deco space tunnels of the moon base to our green room, we see a poster with the show’s lineup and the full spiritual power of what’s about to happen sinks in. There will be a kickoff 30-minute set by The Beatles, playing their middle to late-period work in full Strawberry Fields attire. This followed by a showing from David Bowie (whose Space Oddity will surely receive a standing ovation). Followed by a new joint project with Jimi Hendrix and the members of Nirvana, playing their new collab album and some of their classic hits as well. Then, after lights dim and a solo piano set from Friedrich Chopin occurs (playing his ‘Nocturnes’) the crowd goes galactic for the headline band: DREAMERS. (We’re sure to give respect to the wonderful openers and all they’ve done to boost the show).
The acts have a celebratory toast backstage as they plan for the party of a lifetime, and the sights they’ll see on the long road ahead: 9 planets (and moons) in the solar system on leg one, and then we go interstellar.