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LMG Touring On The Road with Maroon 5 and Train

LMG Touring On The Road with Maroon 5 and Train

train_11mm-led-and-solaris.jpgOrlando, Fla. – LMG Touring is currently on the road with Maroon 5 and Train on their summer tour through North America, which kicked off in late July in California. The tour will hit over 40 cities including Las Vegas, Nashville, Phoenix, Tampa, Winnepeg, and Dallas.

LMG Touring is providing lightweight LED and camera support for both artists including FL-io11 (11.25MM) LED tiles as the main backdrop, Catalyst Media Servers, a high end three-camera video package including the Ross Vision HD switching system, Thomson HD LDK-3000 cameras, and Sony BRC-H700 robotic cameras.

In addition, LMG is providing G-LEC Solaris + pixel spheres for the Train portion of the tour. LMG recently purchased the Solaris+ pixel spheres to add to the firm's vast lightweight LED product line. A 360-degree LED product, the Solaris + spheres are an extremely cost effective way to furnish video and graphic effects with creative designs. Solaris+ is made with 40MM diameter spheres with white opaque diffuser mounted at 120MM on a flexible cable line.

“The G-LEC Solaris+ product is an ideal solution for touring artists – its lightweight, eye-catching, and has a flexible design that opens up a new world of 360-degree possibilities for lighting and video design,” states Les Goldberg, CEO/President of LMG.

LMG Touring, a division of LMG, Inc., provides state-of the art systems that integrate sound, lighting, video, and satellite-based Internet connectivity. By capitalizing on LMG's vast experience in integrated solutions, artists can put on spectacular shows while producing lucrative high definition live recordings, Webcasts, videos, artist chats, and more.

For more information on LMG Touring, and to see more photos of this tour, visit our webpage on the tour.

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