The same design and style was carried across to the main venue, where the EET team used 12 Acme LYRA fixtures as main work horse lights, together with 26 Acme Tour Pixel Bars and 18 Acme Stage PAR 400 Zoom fixtures to provide a perfect atmosphere for the whole event. Additional 22 Acme StageBlinders were used on the main stage to highlight the show of the Ministry of Sound, who performed their classical show as the main act of the event.
The EET team deployed 2 VuePix Infiled LED Screens in the main room, which were used as main video platforms for the official launch of the CUPRA Born, and later on as a perfect backdrop for the Ministry of Sound performance. The content was optimised and run through the NovaStar UHD Jnr processor.
Over 100 Astera Wireless fixtures were used across the whole venue, a combination of AX1 PixelTubes and AX5 TriplePARs, mainly to highlight the contours of the vehicles and to continue the same mood lighting throughout the whole venue. All controlled via LumenRadio Stardust transmitters through the Astera App intuitive control.
“This was another high-profile event seamlessly delivered by our team,” comments Darren Russell, MD of EET. “We enjoy the challenge of producing events in different venues and environments, with some of them being more complex than the others. Thanks to the latest technologies and fixtures we regularly invest in, we are able to produce basically any kind of event, whether large scale or boutique, indoor or outdoors, wired or wireless, …. with the consistent outcome – a happy client and a great night out for all the guests.”