Glastonbury Sizzles As PF Events Return To Shangri La
PF Events returned for the sixth year in a row to provide complete technical production in the fabled Shangri-La area of Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Arts.
With a creative brief from the organisers to make Hell even hotter and Heaven even sweeter than ever before, all the creative and technical stops were pulled out to create a truly unforgettable experience over five stages and venues.
With electrical storms, Glastonbury mud, a devilish Margaret Thatcher, a 13 piece punk orchestra from Japan, tonnes of top artists and crazy crowd up for an all night party what a weekend it turned out to be!
Catering for top artists on the Hell stage such as Roni Size, Craig Charles, Congo Natty, A Guy Called Gerald and many more in addition to live broadcast by the BBC, PF cranked up the audio heat with 12 stacks of Noise Control PA system along with Noise Control stage monitoring, live band and DJ kit and some red hot engineers.
While the mindblowing pyrotechnics set the sky aflame, PF illuminated the stage and crowd with a dazzling lighting show consisting of 30 moving head lights plus strobes, blinders and stage lighting.
PF created an inferno of visuals using dual 10K projectors and a 16ft x 9ft screen. With switchable control and a Pandora’s Box dual player, top VJs and AV artists like Addictive TV plugged in and assaulted the optical senses of the Hell congregation.
In a new addition to the field, The Heaven Stage, top artists such as Rob Da Bank and Adamski brought crowds their own personal idea of Heaven in a DJ set from a platform suspended in a cloud and surrounded by celestial 3D video projections.
Inside an ivory-white dome beneath the hanging gardens of Heaven, divine bands played to a select audience lucky enough to get past The Desk of Judgement!
PF installed a heavenly d&b Q1 Line array system for the outdoor arena, with further D&B Q1 inside the dome and lit up this abode of angels with 10 moving head lights and no less than 12 strobes!