Events United Texturizes Stage at Steubenville Youth Conference with Chauvet Professional Fixtures

LOWELL, MA – In 1975, Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio held a gathering for young worshippers.  The organizers of that event could scarcely have imagined that there would one day be 40 Steubenville Youth Conferences in 11 states. Nor could they have envisioned the kind of dynamic and richly textured stage presentation that engaged thousands of young people at Steubenville East, which was held recently at the University of Massachusetts Lowell’s Tsongas Center.

Events United Provides production for Easter Service At Verizon Wireless Arena

Lighting Manchester Christian Church's Easter Service

Lighting Manchester Christian Church's Easter Service

MANCHESTER, NH – Easter is a time when churches have a chance to reach people who don’t normally go to religious services.  Manchester Christian Church took advantage of this opportunity in a unique and dramatic way recently by renting out the Verizon Wireless Arena, one of the largest event centers in New England, for a church service that the entire community was invited to attend.  To ensure that a memorable visual impression was created, the church called on Events United (Londonderry, New Hampshire), a full-service audiovisual production company, to create a high-impact production...


GUNSTOCK, NH - The 13,000 people who came to Gunstock Mountain Resort in Gilford, New Hampshire, for the three-day SoulFest Christian music festival could count on seeing a lot of good things. The early August event included inspiring speeches and great performances by bands such as Third Day, Tenth Avenue North and For King and Country. Another unique sight attendees noticed was a differently configured video wall on stage every day.




SMITHFIELD, RI – Events United from Manchester, NH was contracted to provide all the supplemental audio, lighting, video, and staging equipment.  Santilli wanted to use a pixel mappable moving head fixture and Tim Messina from Events United recommended the NXT-1 fixtures because of their ability to function as both a special effects light and video display panel that would be ideal for the Awakening Conference. A moving head panel equipped with 25 pixel-mappable RGBW LEDs, the Next NXT-1 features a brilliant output and tight 6° beam angle, which combined with its fast movement and rapid response, allows designers to create stunning eye candy with maximum punch at long throws. It includes exciting built-in patterns and alpha-numeric characters for easy programming, and it also offers the ability to display pixel mapped video images, being controllable by both lighting consoles and media servers.