“We designed this rig to be complete so it could provide big looks for the opening acts, while also complementing the floor packages brought in by the headliners,” said Tim Messina of Events United, which also supplied a “world class sound system” for the event. “As Soulfest has continued to grow over the years, Events United’s role has grown with it -- from first providing production for a few smaller stages, to this year providing full production (audio, video, lighting, and backline) for the large stages of the festival.”
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Events United illuminated the stage and the entire room with 110 CHAUVET Professional fixtures. “Our goal was to have enough lights to paint the entire room floor to ceiling,” said Messina. “The room was interesting in its own right, so we wanted to incorporate its architectural features into our design to get that wow factor.”
Over 6,000 worshippers turned out for Manchester Christian Church’s Christmas service on Friday, December 22. Despite the large crowd and the spaciousness of the modern Southern New Hampshire University Arena, those who attended the service felt a welcoming sense of engagement. This was largely due to an immersive lighting design created exclusively by the Events United team that featured over 90 fixtures and 92 LED video tiles from CHAUVET Professional.
“It starts with clear communication between the production manager and the video and lighting techs. Typically, in our case, the production manager will coordinate with the video and lighting teams to make sure their designs complement each other. This coordination starts at the beginning of our design process and goes all the way through the final rehearsal right before the show.”
Production company Events United helps engage worshippers at Granite United Church's Warrior Conference with intense lighting, video display and design. The six-campus Granite United Church in Waterville Valley, N.H.,has never rested when it comes to spreading its message and touching lives. By 2014, its three-day Warrior Conference for men had established itself as one of the largest religious gatherings in the Northeast, but the church was looking to make the event even more relevant. With this in mind, it broke with a 16-year tradition of doing its own lighting, audio, video and staging and retained an outside production company, Events United.