A Dartford based laser company that has worked with Zayn Malik and Metallica has set a new world record for the largest laser show ever.

The spectacular display took place in Las Vegas on November 18 using 12 tonnes of equipment valued at £2.6 million.

The half hour show featured 11km of cable producing 1,377 watts of laser power lighting up the Nevada skyline.

ER Productions held the 30-minute laser showcase to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

Ryan Hagan, co-founder of ER Productions, said: “We are delighted to celebrate our tenth anniversary with such an incredible laser show and by making our way into the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS books. We’ve worked with many fantastic companies, events, and performers throughout the years but creating such a memorable showcase, that celebrates all we have achieved in the laser industry, has been a real highlight.”

The laser show took weeks to design and 72 hours to set up for the world record attempt. Laser fixtures from ER Productions’ U.S. base in Las Vegas were used to beat the unofficial world record set by the company back in 2016.

Guinness World Records official adjudicator Sofia Greenacre said: “I’m pleased to confirm that ER Productions did indeed manage to set a new Guinness World Record title for the Largest Laser Show, which now stands at 314 lasers. My congratulations go out to all those who took part.”

ER productions has worked with Zayn Malik and Calvin Harris, and the soundtrack to their record breaking show was provided by DJ Damien Gee.