5@5: A Rising Star And A Head Full Of Dreams Coldplay's A Head Full Of Dreams Tour; photo by Mark Cunningham & Steven Cleveland

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Join The Exclusive Eurovision Song Contest Webcast

Join this free, exclusive webcast with Eurovision Song Contest's longtime technical director/production manager Ola Melzig about the history of the broadcast, the insane logistics of designing, rehearsing 42 acts, and more!

Check Out The Latest Issue Of Live Design Digital Edition

The digital edition of Live Design June 2016 issue, featuring the many looks of Eurovision Song Contest as well as Beach House’s unconventional tour and more, is now available as an interactive PDF. Read it now!

Nominate A Rising Star For A Theatrical Design Award

USITT is seeking nominations for the 2017 Rising Star Award sponsored by LDI/Live Design. The award honors early career professional designers in lighting, sound, scenic, or projection for outstanding work in one or more of these fields. Deadline is August 15. Nominate a Rising Star now.

Staging Coldplay's A Head Full Of Dreams Tour

Coldplay launched their A Head Full Of Dreams Tour in Latin America at the end of March, with design by Misty Buckley. This tour marks the third time the band has relied on Stageco Staging Group. Check it out now.

New York Spectacular Launches At Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall gets a projection upgrade in time for New York Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes with sets by Patrick Fahey, lighting by Alain Lortie, video and projection designed and installed by DWP Live, sound design by Steve Kennedy, and scenery and properties built by Tait. Find out more.

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