Syncrolitefixtures fill the sky above ACL Festival

Syncrolite®fixtures fill the sky above ACL Festival

Syncrolite’s Rocking 2015 Festival Season

DALLAS, TEXAS –October 6, 2015 – One of the last of the season’s major US music festivals takes place October 2-4 and October 9-11 in Austin, TX.  Syncrolite returns to the Austin City Limits Music Festival (ACL) in a big way by providing SXL automated skylights that will be filling the night sky over Zilker Park with dancing beams of light and ArenaColor wash fixtures illuminating the stage scrims.

Syncrolite’s appearance at ACL caps off a summer of festival appearances in North America that included: Made in America, Outside Lands Festival, Coachella, Lollapalooza, Osheaga, Squamish Valley and Ilesoniq.  Additionally, a fleet of Syncrolite fixtures made their annual appearance as a big part of the Dark MOFO Festival in Tasmania, Australia.

Festival promoters and lighting designers know that when producing events for tens of thousands of guests you need the big, bold, bright statement that Syncrolite® products can deliver.  Festival attendees shared their experience with the world via social media channels and often featured Syncrolite beams in their images.

 “We enjoy partnering with producers and lighting production companies to be a part of the explosion of festival popularity around the world and look forward to doing more of them every year”, comments Jerry Trojan CEO of Syncrolite.  “Festivals today are designed to stimulate all of the audience’s senses and provide an over the top experience which includes the visual excitement provided by our lights”.  

To learn more about Syncrolite and its products visit the website at Syncrolite.com.  For purchase or rental inquiries contact [email protected], [email protected] or call 214-350-7696. 

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