Flares At Ozzfest Meets Knotfest

Metal music, black tees, devil horns, and . . . VIP lounge packages?  We’ve come a long way since Woodstock.  Last month’s Ozzfest meets Knotfest mega-metal festival in San Bernardino, CA featured dozens of metal bands, including Ozzy Osbourne, Slipknot, Marylin Manson, Deftones, and Prophets of Rage.  Four stages supported non-stop metal shredding with lighting and video provided by 4Wall Entertainment.  Brighter than even the pyro were the 30 Solaris Flares in the lighting rig.

“Flares were the only choice,” says 4Wall Director of Live Events, Todd Roberts.  “They pack a huge punch, and with so many artists we used them for a bunch of different effects.  Their versatility is unsurpassed.  We used them on all the torms and lined each of the straight sticks of truss, ‘framing’ the stage.  We rely on Flares to give us just what we need and they never disappoint.”

Michael Keller was the event’s LD, and Ron Chamberlain was Production Manager.  4Wall Entertainment is a full-service company ,specializing in lighting and video.  For decades 4Wall has supplied rentals, sales, service, and designs for large or small; temporary or permanent shows and installs, with dedication, quality, and technical excellence.  Here are some testimonials received from 4Walls many clients.  Find out more about 4Wall at www.4wall.com.

With its incredible brightness, vibrant colors, smooth dimming, and many useful control options, Solaris Flare LED fixtures have become a staple for lighting designers worldwide.  The Flare Q+ range has all the features of the original Flare, plus the added benefits of Solaris’ new and revolutionary Q+ Technology™.  This proprietary driver technology virtually eliminates fan noise while increasing brightness by over 40%:  Up to an amazing 52,000 lumens in the classic 96-LED rectangular format of the Flare Q+, and 58,000 lumens in the Flare Q+ LR 108-LED linear unit.

TMB is exclusive distributor for Solaris Flare products.  Learn about other innovative products from TMB at www.tmb.com.


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