For the second year in a row, LDI 2017’s LDI: Live Outside music festival will transform the Las Vegas Convention Center parking lot into a dazzling showcase of live concerts and demonstrations of cutting-edge entertainment technology for outdoor festivals and events. The event, open to all LDI badge holders, takes place Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18, and is presented in partnership with title sponsor AG Light and Sound.
Immersive Technology Demos
Live Outside gives LDI show attendees access to the latest lighting, video, and sound technology for producing epic live events that will keep concertgoers coming back, again and again. Catch demos every half hour from Absen, Adamson Systems Engineering, Apex Stages, Philips Vari-Lite, and RCF. And get hands on with technology from CCI Power Supplies, DECK TO/GO, G Smatt, LINK, Master FX, TLC Creative - Xylobands, StretchShapes, and WeatherOps.
Live Outside After Dark: Music and More
After dark, the Live Outside festival becomes Las Vegas’ hottest music showcase: On Friday, catch performances by a lineup of local superstars including rapper Mike Xavier, neo-soul songstress Sabriel, and rockers Mercy Music.
Saturday, don’t miss the Live Outside Dance Party and the LDI2017 Awards Ceremony, and be sure to stick around as ER Productions attempts to set a Guinness World Record for Largest Laser Show, featuring live musical accompaniment by British DJ Damian Gee. “We opened our first US office in Las Vegas three years ago, seven years after we started the company, and the city has been very kind to us,” says ER Production co-founder Ryan Hagan. “For our tenth birthday, we wanted to create a truly memorable laser show that people will be talking about in years to come.”
For a complete schedule at your fingertips, download LDiMobile, the official LDI mobile app, and start planning your ultimate show experience. See you in Las Vegas!
Sarah Jones is a writer, editor, and content producer with more than 20 years' experience in pro audio, including as editor-in-chief of three leading audio magazines: Mix, EQ, and Electronic Musician. She is a lifelong musician and committed to arts advocacy and learning, including acting as education chair of the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy, where she helps develop event programming that cultivates the careers of Bay Area music makers.