Bandit utilises SGM G-Spots on Bonnaroo Tower

Monday, 17 July 2017
bonnaroo-towerBandit Lites once again provided the lighting for the tower with this year’s gear featuring SGM G-Spot fixtures
USA - Whether it was someone’s first or tenth trip to the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, one of the mainstays of the epic four-day weekend was the huge mirror ball tower acting as the hub of the festival.
Working with lighting designer Andi Watson and production manager William Irons, Bandit Lites once again provided the lighting for the tower with this year’s gear featuring the award-winning SGM G-Spot fixtures.
The focal point of Bonnaroo, the large rotating mirror ball on top of the tower, is actually a permanent structure that serves as a North Star of sorts to the festival attendees, allowing them to navigate more easily through the 700-acre field known as The Farm, in addition to providing a home for the communication antennae for radio, internet and more.
The tower was perfectly illuminated enduring even in the harshest elemental exposure. “The SGM fixtures are well suited for the harsh environment, being IP65 rated and having an LED source,” said Bandit project manager Gene Brian. The bright and saturated colours gave the tower an eye catching and easily identifiable look that was seen by the many festival attendees.
The G-Spot beamed colourful light all the way up the 11-story tower, a feat that Bandit’s Wayne Lotoza noted as the perfect use, saying, “They were big, they were bright, and just the right light to illuminate the tower on every Bonnaroo night.”
(Jim Evans)

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