A gigantic igloo, thought to be the world’s biggest and spanning the equivalent of 3.5 double decker buses in Ylläs Village in Lapland, Finland, was transformed into an ice stage for the world’s first ‘Gigloo’, featured Jäger-sponsored band TesseracT.
The show saw JägerMusic-sponsored TesseracT perform on top of the immense snow structure for the Jägermeister Ice Cold Gig 2015.
Snowmobiles and neighbouring igloos lit up the performance, comprising a stunning array of colours which coincided with a mesmerising display of the Northern Lights overhead.
Guitarist James Monteith said: “Even after playing the main stage at Sonisphere last year, the Jägermeister Ice Cold Gig was definitely our most challenging performance to date, and what an amazing experience it was.
“The final stage build was tougher going than we expected - we were shifting 150kg blocks of ice to create the steps leading up to the stage. Fortunately, we had a team of locals to help us and the effort was well worth it. It was absolutely freezing, but as soon as we saw the crowd of people adrenaline took over, the hard work was forgotten and we battled through the gig.”
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