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When award-winning New Zealand electronic act The Naked And Famous (T/N/A/F) came to London in October at the end of a successful festival season, Entec was delighted to supply the lighting equipment for their special one-off show at the 1,700-capacity Electric Brixton.
Audio rental company 8 Days a Week recently deployed a complete JBL by HARMAN VTX Series audio system for a major concert by German pop-rockers PUR at Veltins Arena.
The brand new Little Caesar’s Arena in midtown Detroit is a 15 – 22,000 capacity multipurpose venue and home to the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings and the NBA’s Detroit Pistons. The venue will also be used for a wide range of concerts and events serving as the cornerstone of a new sports and entertainment district in ‘Motor City’.
Danish hip hop band Suspekt are known for their disturbingly intense lyrics and raw style. They once lurked uncompromising and almost exclusively on the dark side of Danish contemporary music, however more recently, - still gripping to the fringes of alt.culture – have gained a massive following and the fans just can’t get enough of their live performances!
The latest series of ‘Take Me Out Mzanzi’ – aired on M-Net’s Mzanzi Magic network in South Africa market – was recorded over 6 weeks at Sasani Studios in Johannesburg, featuring a lighting scheme designed by Rob Grobler, with equipment supplied by rental specialist Gearhouse South Africa.
Blackmagic Design today announced that AV solutions featuring its infrastructure products for acquisition, switching, routing and monitoring have been deployed by rental and staging companies on some of this year’s biggest music festivals and concert tours. Artists and festivals include One Republic, Jimmy Buffett, Train and Elton John as well as Route du Rock, BigCityBeats and Reggae Fest.
In the fiercely competitive world of moving lights, Robe offers a range of quality solutions for a diversity of applications. The DL series of refined and elegant LED luminaires was developed with theatre and television applications in mind, however these powerful fixtures have become popular across a number of different installation genres. Popular live music venue De Effenaar in Eindhoven, Netherlands, is a great example.
Lighting designer Sune Verdier of b-ql.dk and scenographer Benjamin La Cour collaborated to produce a thrilling, raw and hugely dynamic lighting aesthetic for a new production of Green Day's uncompromising American Idiot rock musical staged at Den Grå Hal (The Grey Hall) in the vibrant Christiania area of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Event Sound and Light were contracted to provide a full turnkey production solution for Outside Live 2017, which took place at Taverham Hall, Norwich recently. The event itself was held over three nights, each with their own headline act; Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and The Shires were just a few of the acts to grace the stage.
Following the success of his album Heavy Entertainment Show, Robbie Williams set out on tour in June. Starting in Manchester, the tour has visited stadiums, fields and arenas in the UK and Europe. The tour’s audio is being handled by Robbie’s long-term audio supplier Britannia Row Productions (Brit Row), with a combination of L-Acoustics K1 and K2 chosen as the loudspeaker system.
The Ultra Music Festival cemented its place as the world's premier electronic music festival years ago. Held in Miami each March during Miami Music Week, Ultra is one of the biggest dance music festivals on the planet and consistently features Elation Professional lighting on its stages. The iconic music festival hits the road as well, under the moniker Road to Ultra, and in September played two highly anticipated shows in India, one of which included Elation Professional lighting gear supplied by Elation partner Star Dimensions India Pvt Ltd.
Singer Halsey’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Tour (Installment One), the live iteration of her ambitious, eponymously named, dystopian themed LP, recently kicked off in Boston on September 29. It’s a complex production, one that compels the front-of-house mix position to take cover under a tarp for two songs. But not to worry: a pair of DiGiCo SD10 consoles, supplied by tour sound reinforcement provider Eighth Day Sound, are more than up to the task of delivering great sound with exceptional control while staying totally dry.
Since building the support structure for Mark Fisher’s iconic, fire-breathing cobra at every show on the 1994-95 Voodoo Lounge tour, Stageco has been proud to have a close association with the world’s greatest and most enduring rock’n’roll band, The Rolling Stones. And this year has seen them back on the road with No Filter – yet another spectacular production milestone that has spanned outdoor stadiums and arenas around Europe with Stageco’s expertise close to hand all the way.
Internationally acclaimed DJ David Guetta used the Claypaky Scenius Spot as the exclusive lighting fixture in his bespoke diamond-shaped festival rig at the launch of Romania’s inaugural TimeShift festival. The large-scale dance festival was held at Bucharest’s Romexpo arena.
The band at the heart of popular Belgian TV series Ghost Rockers – produced by Studio 100 and syndicated throughout Europe – hits the road for a series of gigs around Belgium this autumn … complete with a fresh rock-tastic lighting design by Belgian design studio Painting with Light’s Paco Mispelters. One of Paco’s starting points was the practical consideration of different sized venues on the tour, so from the outset, the look and the lighting rig had to be scalable.