The Electric Daisy Carnival made its second trip to the UK last month, transforming Milton Keynes’ outdoor National Bowl into a major visual extravaganza.
Limelite Design Service once again takes to the stage with Avo products.
Specialist captures live video and audio for performances and events across 11 stages and five days for live streams and broadcast TV specials.
West London based rental specialist Entec Sound & Light renewed its long association with the three day Guilfest music festival in Surrey, supplying sound design and equipment to the Main Stage in Stoke Park, central Guildford.
Lighting designer Paul Normandale utilised the Vari-Lite VL3500 Wash FX luminaires, supplied by Lite Alternative on One Direction’s worldwide ‘Where We Are’ tour this spring.
Butch Allen, in collaboration with Patrick Woodroffe (lighting designer) and the band, designed the set and show. PRG provided lighting & rigging and to work alongside PRG Nocturne UK, which supplied video and a live camera package for the show.
It was one of those gigs where nothing can be allowed to go wrong. The World Cup Concert at the HSBC Arena in Barra de Tijuca was due to be broadcast delayed-live to more than 50 countries within hours of finishing, starting with China.
Against the dramatic backdrop of the Kilden-Fjæreheia quarry in Grimstad, the band played six sold-out nights to audiences who were wowed not just by the music but by the spectacular projection-mapped backdrop that was created courtesy of AV Stumpfl’s Wings AV multi-image control technology.
XL Video renewed its long and productive working relationship with Robbie Williams, supplying a custom video solution and crew to his current and massively popular Swings Both Ways tour.
Glasgow and Scotland welcomed the world with an opening ceremony that featured thousands of friendly faces, a blend of bagpipes, banter and bravado and Europe’s largest LED screen.
Working with video director, Blue Leach, for Pearl Jam Inc. Creative Technology (CT) provided the video equipment to complement Blue’s visual directing for the 12 date European leg of Pearl Jam’s international tour.
As the European leg of Arcade Fire’s Reflektor tour came to an end at this year’s British Summertime Festival, held in London’s Hyde Park, audiences danced to the band’s rhythmic indie-rock, superbly magnified by lighting designer Chris Bushell’s impressive light show programmed and controlled using an Avolites Sapphire Touch.
Lighting designer, Jamie Thompson, has again turned to GLP’s groundbreaking LED impression series to help create dramatic stage impact for
Chilfest 2014 – the three day music extravaganza staged in Tring, Hertfordshire, UK and produced by leading production industry technical solution specialist Universal Event Productions (UEP) – was another resounding triumph.
Four Ai Media S8 Infinity servers provided the video mapping technology and 16 HD DVI outputs that powered the ethereal visuals behind Coldplay’s much anticipated Royal Albert Hall (RAH) gig in London.
More than 50,000 party people enjoyed Arcadia’s superlative music line up each night of the event, moving and grooving beneath the amazing sculpture for three nights of craziness, complete with spectacular visuals created by Video Illusions and blinkinLAB, with projection supplied by west Midlands based video production specialists, Central Presentations Ltd (CPL).
PRG UK worked closely with Arcade Fire’s design team and touring and production management to supply the lighting, rigging and crew package for the indie rockers’ headline European Tour, including the fantastic shows at Earls Court in June.
XL Video supplied creative video projection and control to the Shangri La area at Glastonbury Festival, helping to give this popular immersive, interactive fictional world a real edge.
Digital Insanity recently took Hippotizers to the European movie premiere of Godzilla.
Top acts Kasabian and Massive Attack both played the third and final day of Glastonbury, headlining the Pyramid and Other stages and with both their shows running on d3.
West London based lighting and visuals rental specialist Colour Sound Experiment renewed its long term working relationship with Glastonbury, supplying lighting to three of the most ambitious, visually spectacular, innovative and popular areas on site.