ILLENIUM‘s Trilogy show at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas last month was historic. A performance journey that offered three sets, one for each of his first three albums—Ashes, Awake, and Ascend. The melodic bass superstar played for over four hours in front of his largest audience to date.
Now you can take a look into the journey behind this unforgettable night with a new mini-documentary. Check it out below.
While ILLENIUM, real name Nicholas Miller, had initially hoped to produce a full-fledged Trilogy tour, COVID-19 and other hurdles only allowed for a singular outing. It is of course a bummer that just one crowd will get to experience this epic event, but conversely it made the performance that much more special for Miller and the people in attendance.
To Miller, Trilogy was the end of a chapter. His first three albums represented a phase of his life which concluded at Allegiant Stadium. Now the next chapter begins for him and his fans (warmly branded ILLENIALS) with his fourth album, Fallen Embers.
Take a deeper look into the previous chapter for Miller and his ILLENIUM project with the mini-documentary. After the massive success of Trilogy, it wouldn’t be surprising if Miller continues to up the ante for his performances across the rest of his career.
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