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Multi Tony Award-nominated lighting designer Ben Stanton made creative use of Elation lighting fixtures, including the new full-featured Artiste Picasso™ LED moving head, for the world premiere of This Ain’t No Disco, a high-energy song and dance musical that recently ran at New York City’s Atlantic Theater Company.
Adlib has had a busy summer after making substantial investments in touring and rental video in the first half of 2018.
The major purchase has been the addition of Unilumin’s UpadIII H5 5mm indoor / outdoor LED screen, which has been designed for quick and safe assembly with the demands of touring and concert style events in mind.
Renowned singer-songwriters Gavin DeGraw and Phillip Phillips are out on a co-headlining tour comprised of more than thirty dates across the country with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites.
OppiKoppi is one of South Africa’s best loved music festivals, known for its incredibly chilled vibes, cosmopolitan community, diverse culture and lively mix of genres embracing rock, electronic, jazz, world and acoustic sounds. It’s also attractive for its location in the heart of the bushland and arid beauty of Limpopo province, near the dusty mining town of Northam.
Justin Timberlake has launched his “Man of the Woods” tour with Claypaky Scenius Unico fixtures supporting the show as it travels the world. ACT Lighting, Inc. is the exclusive distributor of Claypaky North America.
‘The Four: Battle for Stardom’ – AKA ‘The Four’ - is a new US reality TV show and singing competition produced by ITV Entertainment and Armoza Formats, with the second season just completed following a successful premier on Fox at the start of the year.
The entities will be commonly controlled by The Jordan Company, GSO Capital Partners and PRG Management. Jere Harris will serve as Chairman and CEO of PRG and VER, and Stephan Paridaen will be President and COO. Both companies will offer the ability to share equipment, knowledge and personnel wherever doing so will benefit its customers and meet evolving client needs, offer solutions, resources and expertise in ways neither company could achieve independently.
When an artist tours as regularly as country music’s Luke Bryan, and returns to many of the same markets year after year, a fresh and innovative lighting design is a must. Bryan’s production and lighting designer Justin Kitchenman gives each tour its own distinct look and for 2018’s “What Makes You Country” tour is thrilling audiences with an innovative design that features adaptable lighting pods full of compact Elation ACL 360i™ beam effect lights.
P!NK’s 2018 Beautiful Trauma World Tour kicked off in the US this Spring, playing at 38 arenas to more than 700,000 fans. It continued to Australia and New Zealand in July, with a further 42 shows, including a record-breaking 18-night run at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. This is set to be her highest ever grossing tour, with over $100 million already taken in ticket sales. And no wonder, as her hallmark mixture of incredible staging and aerial acrobatics combines with perfect vocal reproduction – courtesy of a Sennheiser Digital 6000 system – and continues to wow her audiences.
Belgian-based creative engineering specialists WIcreations are involved in the design and fabrication of three bespoke set elements - all optimised for air freight - to be used on a series of epic outdoor shows on Roger Waters’ current “Us + Them” world tour, which launched with two seminal shows in Rome and Lucca, Italy.
The 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games (CACG) kicked off with a spectacular Opening Ceremony at Barranquilla’s Roberto Meléndez Stadium, featuring projection mapped visuals to the stadium pitch and huge LED screens using Avolites Ai RX8 servers.
Consultant Marcus Ross and Clearwing Productions help dramatically curtail the number of community noise complaint calls from last year’s festival in 2018. Boston Calling celebrated its fifth year (and ninth outing) the weekend of May 25-27 with a slew of fantastic performers, including Eminem, The Killers, Jack White, Queens of the Stone Age, Paramore, and St. Vincent. However, the event, which music portal Consequence of Soundhas declared one of the top-ten music festivals in the country, almost didn’t happen this year.
BOD Events from Dordrecht in The Netherlands wanted to create an impression with the 10th edition of its annual music extravaganza, Breda Live, so they asked production specialist Unlimited Productions (also Breda based) to add an extra level of ‘experience’ to this year’s event, including spectacular lighting for the main stage. Bert Kelchtermans led the lighting element of the Unlimited Productions team consisting of Bart Roelen as main technical producer and Gijs Mulder as the B-stage producer.
Festival season continued this summer with more than 430,000 people attending the Lollapalooza Music and Arts Festival over four days. Bandit Lites worked with C3 Presents and provided three trucks with nearly 600 fixtures and 1500 feet of truss to light spaces across Grant Park.
Formed in 1996 in Palm Desert, California, the Queens of the Stone Age developed a style of riff-oriented, heavy rock music. Their sound has since evolved to incorporate a variety of different styles and influences, including working with Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, and Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan who has been a steady contributor to the band. For all this time Josh Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Michael Shuman, Dean Fertita and Jon Theodore have been a constant in the worldwide Rock’n’Roll circus, touring and performing old and new songs, always dedicated to keeping the spirit of innovation and autonomy alive and moving forward.