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Brown Note Productions and Danny Wimmer Presents deploy K Series rig for three back-to-back weekend festivals: Hometown Rising, Bourbon & Beyond, and Louder Than Life
Immediately after Brown Note Productions, Inc. acquired a fleet of IP-rated lighting from Elation Professional in September, the full service production company sent the gear out on a three-week festival run in Louisville, Kentucky, providing non-stop lighting on three Danny Wimmer Presents festivals – Hometown Rising and Bourbon & Beyond, as well as Louder than Life, the biggest rock festival in the U.S. in 2019.
Reality music competitions have had massive global success since first appearing in the early 2000s and with good reason. They work and fans love the format. Take Spanish singer Aitana as an example. Aitana first gained recognition in 2017 as runner-up of the Spanish reality TV music talent competition Operación Triunfo and she has enjoyed popularity and a number of hits ever since.
Days after switching to the compact desk, FOH engineer George Olson put it to the test
for a show in Atlanta in front of 55,000 fans, and it passed with flying colors
Post Malone hit the tour circuit this fall with “Runway,” bringing audiences a visual feast of video, lights, sound, lasers, smoke and pyrotechnics alongside his genre-bending music. Video and lighting rental company PRG-VER is providing its equipment and services for the tour, which has already stopped in 37 cities across North America and was recently extended for a longer run starting in February 2020. All of the performances take place on an elaborate set flanked by two 50-foot tall portrait LED screens that frame a large runway. With help from the show’s video team, Video Engineer Jason Harvey and Video Director Zac Leonard serve up live video overlaid with real time effects to audiences via the displays as Post Malone performs. Each concert is recorded using AJA Ki Pro GO and an assortment of other AJA gear.
Systems integrator, Event AG delivered live video production for Hecht, one of Switzerland’s biggest rock bands, relying on an end to end solution from Blackmagic Design for all aspects of video at the 13,000 capacity Zurich’s Hallenstadion.
Dance music fans returned to the O2 Arena in Prague, the European temple, original home and spiritual heart of ‘Transmission’ – one of the world’s most popular Trance parties – to enjoy an exciting line-up of Ferry Corsten presents System F, Blastoyz, Darren Porter, Thomas Coastline, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Key4050, MaRLo, Cosmic Gate and many more getting everyone into the groove for 10 hours of non-stop Trance heaven.
Gary Numan’s recent UK tour, which completed at the end of October, marked his 40th anniversary as a solo musical artist. From his first massively influential solo album, The Pleasure Principle, in 1979 to the modern day, Numan has always applied extremely high standards to his music production and, of course, his live performances.
Swiss pop-rock band Hecht – well-known for their energized live shows, slick dance moves, foot-tapping tunes, general zaniness and eye-catching post-concert videos – thrilled 13,000 fans at Zurich’s Hallenstadion in an energy-fuelled visual and sonic extravaganza which included zip-lining keyboardists, crowd surfing, inflatable pink flamingos and several tons of confetti!
Twenty-four Astera AX1 LED battery powered wireless ‘pixel tubes’ played their part onstage with rock band Muse during their action-packed “Simulation Theory” world tour, which has just played its final show in Chile, having been on the road since February.The AX1s were used in just one song – ‘Algorithm’ – for maximum impact. They were placed in custom angled holders on the sides of a long runway / thrust during the blackout, and at the start of the song formed 12 illuminated pillars of light behind lead singer / guitarist Matt Bellamy, who was playing keyboards on the B stage right in the centre of the venue.
American rapper Logic toured 26 cities across North America this fall on his “The Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Tour” with lighting design by Mitchell Schellenger and lighting supply by Volt Lites of Burbank, California. Schellenger employed a rig of Elation Professional Artiste Monet™ moving heads as the workhorse fixture in his design and says the powerful, multi-purpose LED profile was just what he was looking for.
Juan Luis Guerra recently kicked off his 2019 “Literal Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 Tour Grandes Éxitos” with a complete Robe specification for the lighting rig, which has been designed by Daniel Charif and is being operated and directed on the road by Emmanuel Ferry, who also programmed.
Today Anna Valley announced their purchase of over 500 square meters of 3.9mm Unilumin LED, making the AV and entertainment technology company one of the biggest, if not the biggest, supplier of single-batch high-resolution LED in the United Kingdom. The purchase was motivated by increased demand for super-sized screens for projects like “X Factor: Celebrity 2019” where 200 square meters of Anna Valley’s new stock was used to create the digital backdrop for the live final at the SSE Arena, Wembley at the weekend.
Hangzhou is the capital of the Zhejiang province on China’s eastern seaboard, and considered one of the country’s most prosperous areas. Its diverse nightlife scene has just been further enriched with the opening of a brand new One Third club destination in a former locomotive depot, another of the NOA’s Arc Group’s premium entertainment ventures.
After captivating the Stade De France in Paris and the Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, Rockin’1000 brought their That’s Live – No Borders, On Board tour to Italy, landing in Milan and hosting two special guests: Manuel Agnelli from Afterhours (joined by Rodrigo D’Erasmo), and Subsonica.