Bud Light Sensation Innerspace – A festival unlike any other


Quebec City was lucky enough to experience Bud Light Sensation Innerspace last week at the newly launched Videotron Centre. With over 7,000 partiers in attendance, the venue was completely transformed and unlike any other music festival.

The effort put into production and design is stunning. With a rotating white lotus DJ stage, cascading water, dancers, and an all-white dress code, Bud Light Sensation really leaves its mark on all senses. It’s easy to forget you’re there to see a music festival, as it’s a breathtaking show to go with some of the best DJs in the world.

Walking among the flood of people dressed in white, it’s hard to not feel like you’re part of something bigger than a dance festival. Everyone in the crowd is so happy to be there, dancing with each other and just overall stoked to be apart of such a crazy night.

If you needed reminding that you’re there to dance, Mr. White was happy to remind you.

Setting the tone for the evening, resident Bud Light Sensation DJ Mr. White got the crowd perfectly warmed up and moving. East & Young were a surprising treat, bringing track after track of talented mixing, upping the tempo and creating the vibe for the headliners to come.

Nicky Romero played a big room set, mixing in his classic tracks with newer material.

The crowd was loving every song he put on and at one point, he had a live singer perform a stripped down version of Florence and The Machine’s You Got The Love.

With water cascading down over her and hearts displayed everywhere, it was a nice chance to stop and take it all in.

Soon, Chuckie was on with his high-energy dirty dutch set and pounding bass. The floor shook from people jumping up and down and really going all out, dancing and sweating.

He didn’t stop for a break, with track after track going harder and harder. DJ Snake was a nice change of tempo, with his trap-style remixes and crowd pleaser, Lean On with Major Lazor. With MOTi closing down the night, he managed to end the experience perfectly leaving the crowd wanting more but allowing them to leave completely satisfied.

It’s easy to see what all the craze is about with Bud Light Sensation. We can’t wait for it to hopefully come back to Quebec and it’s hard to not jump on a plane to catch what they have in store in Tokyo for Bud Light Sensation Wicked Wonderland this Saturday.

For More Information: www.sensation.com

Samie Durnford

Samie Durnford

Contributor at Addicted
Samie Durnford is a Toronto based writer with a heart that beats at 138BPM. An electronic music lover, you can find her listening to anything from trance to techno. Samie has been a reality TV columnist for the Toronto Sun and has interviewed DJs for THUMP Canada. She's taken electronic music on as a lifestyle, travelling to EDM festivals across North America whenever she can.
Samie Durnford