As early as five years ago the concept of production defining dance music was often times left in the hands of the clubs where the DJs were performing. The idea of a traveling tour, complete with its own intricately developed production could in part be attributed to Daft Punk's pyramid in 2007 and then later redefined by deadmau5's cube in 2011. Today, production has almost superseded the music as festivals and artists alike set their sights on the visual aspect of the dance music experience. Avicii has his head, Skrillex has his mothership, creating the full package of aural engagement and visual sensory overload has become a critical part of the EDM package. Pushing the boundaries of the visual experience, Morgan Page's recent North American tour re-imagines the status quo of LED screens and CO2 blasts, amplifying the standard with an impressive 3-dimensional element.