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KLM – the Dutch national airline – celebrated 100 years this month, making it the world’s oldest airline and the first airline still operating under its original name … to reach its centenary. To mark this landmark occasion, Hangar 10 at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, a vast space at one of the world’s busiest hubs, was cleared out to host multiple days of a spectacular “KLM Experience” event, where guests were treated to an impressive overview of KLM’s past, present and future.
More than 50,000 EDM fans descended on a former NATO missile base in August to experience the massive Nature One Festival, known for world-class DJs, multi-stage spectaculars and immersive visuals. Germany-based GERDON Design specified two Green Hippo Boreal+ media servers for the main floor, to power live IMAG feeds, Notch effects and pre-made content.
The tour supports the artist’s fourth and fifth studio albums, ‘sweetener’ and ‘thank u, next.’ It kicked off in March 2019 in New York and wraps in December 2019 in California, comprising three legs and a total of 102 dates in North America and Europe.
The 2019 season of The Voice South Africa saw technical supplier Multi-Media and production manager Chris de Lancey ask lighting designer Joshua Cutts of Visual Frontier onboard to help the team deliver another amazing-looking show … which Josh accomplished with some help from a large Robe moving light rig – nearly 150 fixtures! The final 8-week series was recorded at the Mosaïek Teatro in Fairlands, Johannesburg, and aired on M-Net Channel 101.
NEP UK, the leading provider of outside broadcasting, fixed rig, remote production and media workflow solutions, reveals that is has played a critical role as key technical partner for a second year for the largescale production of Studio Lambert’s social media reality TV series, The Circle, for Channel 4.
Elite Event Technology from Canberra – one of Australia’s leading rental and production companies – supplied lighting equipment and crew for the 2019 NAIDOC Awards which celebrated the history, culture and outstanding achievements - at community, national and international level - of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This high-profile event featured a mix of live performance and awards presentations and was hosted by media personalities Sean Choolburra and Elaine Crombie at the National Convention Centre Canberra in front of a live audience of 1,200 and broadcast live on SBS’s NITV channel.
Mandylights recently deployed Martin by HARMAN Sceptron and Axiom lighting fixtures on Beast Coast’s Escape From New York tour to illuminate the stage design and scenery with scintillating lighting effects. Beast Coast is a hip-hop supergroup from Brooklyn, New York formed in 2012 by members of Pro Era, Flatbush Zombies and the Underachievers. After the release of their debut album, Escape From New York, in 2019, Beast Coast began a nationwide US tour. In order to compliment an elaborate stage design featuring a massive dome structure and a 30-foot Statue of Liberty head, Beast Coast hired lighting designer Tom Edwards of Mandylights, a premier lighting and visual design firm, to design a cutting-edge lighting rig. Edwards selected Martin by HARMAN Sceptron and Axiom lighting fixtures for their class-leading brightness, flexibility and reliability.
Verge Aero, the specialist in high performance drone light shows, placed its drone technology at the heart of a ground-breaking new music video by award-winning Australian dance music trio PNAU, featuring American singer Ollie Gabriel. The project marked the first use of a large-scale drone light show in a music video.
After a nearly 10-year hiatus the reunited Jonas Brothers have embarked on a new world tour, which will play 74 dates in North America and 16 in Europe, in support of their fifth studio album. Accompanying the Happiness Begins tour are some 200 Ayrton Khamsin LED profile fixtures.
Let It Roll 2019 attracted some of the best and most popular drum ‘n’ bass sounds and artists as 25,000 fans rocked up to enjoy three days and seven stages of DNB mayhem in the atmospheric environment of Milovice Airfield. The former Soviet-era airbase north of Prague in the Czech Republic is tucked away in wooded countryside surrounded by a myriad of winding concealed roads.
Singer / songwriter, multi-platinum entertainer and RCA Records Nashville recording artist Chris Young kicked off the North American leg of his “Raised on Country” world tour 2019 in May, playing to over 300,000 fans through the summer. The fall leg of the tour has just started and runs until November 23rd at Lexington, Kentucky’s Rupp Arena.
The tour will have taken in 157 dates across 18 countries in North and South America, Europe, Australasia and the UK. Her weekend of sold out shows at London's Wembley Stadium, where 150,000 fans gathered to see the rock pop starlet dazzle with her vocals and gymnastic skills, were part of a global audience which helped the tour gross almost $400m US dollars from 3 million ticket sales.
Iconic German heavy rock band Rammstein – arguably one of the most important live performance phenomena in the universe – have been on the road again with another crazy visual and sonic extravaganza, the European Stadium Tour, fast-and-furiously packing the punches with an all-action industrial-strength smelting pot of zanily awesome lighting, video and pyro effects!
When your inaugural event has rock icons like Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Duff McKagan (Guns N' Roses), Josh Klinghoffer (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters) on the bill, let’s just say you’re off to a good start. But you also know you need to deliver lighting worthy of that all-star status, and in a western environment where harsh weather is to be expected. That was the challenge local event producers Outlaw Partners and lighting suppliers Jereco Studios were up against at the first annual Peak to Sky festival in Montana in early July.
Leading South African lighting designer Joshua Cutts from Visual Frontier used Astera Titan Tubes to light various segments of the final of The Voice South Africa 2019, which was staged at the Mosaïek Teatro in Fairlands, Johannesburg, and broadcast on M-Net Channel 101.