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Bandit Lites Buys Robe PATT 2013 Fixtures

Bandit Lites has added Robe PATT 2013 Fixtures to its touring inventory.

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Summer is off to a full swing, with massive tours hitting the road, meaning Bandit Lites has again invested in increasing its already expansive touring inventory, this time purchasing Robe PATT 2013 fixtures.

While hearkening back to vintage, broadcast lighting looks, the elegant design of the Robe PATT 2013 provides a new element of mood and stage lighting, all the while considering the need for lighting designers to utilize fixtures that will not only meet the booming retro-style trend, but also provide warm tungsten eye-candy looks.

“The Robe Patt 2013 brings a cool, sleek, retro conventional fixture to our inventory,” said Bandit’s Director of Technical Services, Jake Tickle. “Robe has done a great job bringing this style of fixture back to the market, with more offerings in this range on the way.” 

These fixtures have been most recently utilized by lighting designer Christian Hahn on Chris Tomlin’s Worship Night in America Tour, where they were used to give the rig a unique, eye-catching design.

Bandit strives to provide its clients with the industry’s best to help achieve the lighting looks they envision, and with manufacturers like Robe keeping an ear to the ground on the latest looks and trends, Bandit can do just that.

“It is refreshing to have manufactures who will listen to the interest of the designers,” Tickle said.

About Bandit Lites, Inc.

Bandit Lites is a global leader in the entertainment lighting marketplace.  From touring productions to fixed installations, Bandit Lites has a full staff of highly trained professionals to deal with all types of lighting needs. Bandit’s global presence will insure seamless transitions no matter where your next show takes you.  More information available at www.BanditLites.com

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