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German rock titan Udo Lindenberg has started his “Keine Panik!” (“Don’t panic!”) 2016 German tour. Fans love the 70-year-old chart topper. More than half a million people have attended his concerts in the past three years, and in 2016 the stadiums and halls are packed again! It was not surprising that, in the run-up to the tour, an additional concert had to be scheduled at almost every venue. satis&fy, leading international provider of cutting-edge event, media technology and scenic design solutions from Karben near Frankfurt am Main, Germany, was responsible for the sound on Udo Lindenberg’s “Keine Panik! Tour 2016.” The company is international in scope, employing over 500 people. satis&fy’s fleet of vehicles and store of materials is one of the biggest and most up to date of German live event companies.
Robe was one of the first manufacturers to start producing multi-purpose or hybrid fixtures with the launch of The Pointe in 2013, followed by its signature BMFL range of fixtures, the first of which hit the market in September 2014. Both BMFLs and Pointes being seen on a wide variety of tours, shows and events worldwide … they are being specified by leading lighting, visual and show designers and invested in by rental companies of all sizes.
For dance music aficionados, Ultra Music Festival and its related events are global hot tickets. Billed as the world’s premier electronic music festival, it attracts elite dance DJs and artists such as Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Avicii, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz who perform to thousands of people at 18 events across the world, from Croatia to Tokyo.
For the third year in a row, Icon Broadcast Group, a production company based in the Netherlands handled the live operations for VESTROCK festival, engaging the audience through social media.
The Isle of Wight (IOW) Festival is the first major event that sets the UK Music festival season into motion. In its early years, it played host to such leading lights as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell. Since the festival’s revival in 2002, it has stayed true to its heritage of drawing some of the biggest acts in the music business. Headliners have included everyone from The Who, Robert Plant and the Rolling Stones to Paul Weller, Stereophonics and Pearl Jam.