As lighting crews across North America hit the road to excite fans with the visual experience behind their favorite artists, we ride along for one night and take you behind-the-scenes to see how lighting designers, directors and technicians bring the show to life with Robe Lighting.
We headed on the road to The Anthem in Washington D.C. to meet up with lighting designer and programmer Peter Spadaro on the Citizen Cope 20th Anniversary Tour using by a design of ROBE lighting MegaPointe, Tetra2 and PATT 2013 luminaires supplied by Pulse Lighting, plus the house rig of BMFL luminaires.
We got a fantastic opportunity to join lighting designer Tom Kenny in Seattle, Washington, on the road with The Who “Moving On! Tour” at T-Mobile Park working with lighting director Jim Mustapha and lighting crew chief Iestyn Thomas, plus a tour design using ROBE lighting BMFL Blade, LEDWash 1200 and LEDWash 600 luminaires supplied by PRG North America.
On the road with BUSH and "The ALTimate Tour" in Portland, Oregon, with lighting and production designer Rob Bedford, crew chief Keith Wales, and lighting techs Adam Nunley and Austin Tower to create a tour design using ROBE lighting MegaPointe and BMFL WashBeam luminaires supplied by Gemini Light Sound & Video.
We hit the road to Dallas, Texas, to catch up with lighting designer Michael "Greek" Hionis, lighting crew chief Mark "Chud" Williams, and lighting tech Scott "Stickers" Sheffield on the Coheed & Cambria "Unheavenly Skye Tour" using a rig with ROBE lighting MegaPointe and Spiider luminaires supplied by JRLX, Inc.
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