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Lighting designer Tom Kenny specified 42 Astera Titan Tubes to be an integral part of the lighting rig for legendary rockers The Who. Their critically acclaimed Moving On! tour has just finished the first leg and will play 31 dates in the US, Canada and England accompanied by a local orchestra in each venue conducted by Keith Levinson, plus special guests including violinist Katie Jacoby and cellist Audrey Snyder.
Litepanels' Gemini 2x1 Soft RGBWW panels lit the way for Austria to claim a second championship in the 2019 World Cup of Pool, broadcast live June 25-30 from Morningside Arena, Leicester, U.K. The Gemini 2x1 Soft LEDs represent a significant design shift for the tournament's lighting director, P-R Event Production Ltd., which has relied on florescent lighting for past World Cup of Pool productions.
The gx 2c server features even more GPU processing power, more capture and storage, as well as 10-bit and HDR support. Creatives can now build environments with more particles, effects and richer scenes, at higher resolutions and smoother frame rates. As creative ambition increases, the GPU and memory has been maximised in direct response to user requests for greater real-time content performance.
Hungarian alt-rock band Vad Fruttik (Wild Fruits) headlined a special concert to celebrate the 8th season opening of Budapest Park, one of the largest outdoor venues in Europe. Lighting designer Peter Pálocska from rental company Lajter Light – also based in the Hungarian capital – designed a production lighting scheme to ensure the band and their 8,500 fans rocking up for the show enjoyed a memorable night out.
The Canary Islands boasts one of the most spectacular and outstanding annual carnivals in the world, where the streets explode with colourful parades, outdoor parties and music events on every island. This year was no exception with around 600,000 people coming to enjoy the exuberant display of colour and light. One major highlight was “Una noche en Río”, a show directed by Israel Reyes with set designed by Carlos Santos, and lighting design and technical direction by Jonay Díaz, partner of RGB Canarias S.Coop. Díaz’s lighting for this glorious show, which ran for 21 performances, was bolstered by 40 Ayrton Ghibli LED moving heads, supplied by GAM Eventos.
The TV experiment “Get the F*ck out of my House” sets new standards in TV production. The second season was shot in a real house with only 63 square meters of space in Mettmann, North Rhine-Westphalia. With more than 50 cameras, over 70 lights and hundreds of meters of cable, it was transformed into a television studio - without losing its “homey” atmosphere. As prime contractor, Cologne-based MMC Studios was responsible for this mammoth project for UFA Show & Factual GmbH.
Bandit Lites is honored to be providing the lighting for the Peter Frampton Finale—The Farewell Tour presented by SiriusXM, a nearly 50-date run this summer and fall produced by Live Nation. The guitar legend has announced he will retire from regular vigorous touring at the end of this year due to his diagnosis of Inclusion Body Myositis (IBM), and with a career spanning over more than half a century, Frampton has a massive body of work to draw from for his legion of fans.
John & Jane is a premium event design and production company based in Ruiselede in the western Flanders region of Belgium. Founded in 2009, it is run by Nico Laniere and Katrien Vermeire who provide the very best boutique live event and brand related experiences – large and small – from concept to completion.
RG Jones Sound Engineering returned to Worthy Farm following its fallow year to deploy Martin Audio systems across four major stages of the Glastonbury Festival. While Martin Audio’s premiere sound system, MLA, once again graced the Pyramid main stage as well as West Holts and the Genosys stage of Block9, Martin Audio’s Wavefront Precision Longbow (WPL) made its festival debut on the stunning new IICON stage featuring an immersive 6.1 channel surround sound system designed by Simon Honywill.
Brazilian singer-songwriter Samba Ferrugem – known for his distinctive red hair that inspired the Ferrugem (‘Rust’) nickname which he then adopted as a stage name – recorded a live concert DVD in the Jeunesse Arena, Rio de Janeiro Brazil. This spectacle was directed by Anselmo Trancoso with lighting designed by director of photography (DOP) Carlinhos “Carlos” Nogueira … utilising 450 Robe moving lights.
Maestra Group – working for creative agency emc3 – delivered design, staging and technical production for the 2019 HYPERGROWTH conference in London, staged at Old Billingsgate Market and organised by conversational marketing platform, Drift.
This year’s Sweden Rock festival in Sölvesborg saw crowds of 35,000 rocking out to huge names including KISS, Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow and Def Leppard. An end to end solution for live production comprising Ursa cameras, Atem Television Studio Pro 4K and Smart Videohub 40x40 handled video requirements including IMAG production on the festival’s two main stages.
Technical production specialist equip event services co-ordinated all the technical elements – lighting, audio and staging – for The House & Garage Orchestra’s (THGO) recent sold out gig at Shepherd’s Bush Empire, their largest London show to date which sold out within days of being announced.
Leading UK production company, SFL, has just completed the AV requirements for Christopher Wheeldon’s ambitious staging of Cinderella by the English National Ballet (ENB) and The Royal Albert Hall, staged at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, London.
LD Systems quickly and efficiently deploys K1 rig using Soundvision’s new Autosolver tools