Vincent Lighting To Host Open House Week, November 16-20 Vincent Lighting Systems

Vincent Lighting To Host Open House Week, November 16-20

Vincent Lighting Systems is hosting its popular Open House Week, November 16-20. Featuring close to 20 manufacturers, the open house will be held in Cincinnati on November 16-17, Pittsburgh on November 18, and wrap up in Cleveland on November 19-20. Visit for details.

Solon, Ohio – Vincent Lighting Systems (VLS) has announced the return of its popular Open House Week. This year, the company expects close to 20 manufacturers to display their latest products over five days in three cities. Guests are invited to attend this free event to chat one-on-one with key suppliers in the industry, see fantastic lighting effects and enjoy refreshments in a relaxed, casual atmosphere.

The 2015 VLS Open House Week kicks off in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky on Monday, November 16 and Tuesday, November 17, with hands-on demonstrations of new lighting available to the entertainment and architectural lighting markets. The next stop will be Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, November 18. The show wraps up in VLS’s Cleveland, Ohio office, where it will be open on Thursday and Friday, November 19 and 20.

Manufacturers scheduled to display their products include: Altman Lighting, Apollo Design Technology, City Theatrical, CHAUVET Professional, Clay Paky, Philips Color Kinetics, Elation Professional, Electronic Theatre Controls, FUEL Lighting, LEX Products, MA Lighting, Martin Professional, Mountain Productions, Robert Juliat, Rosco Labs, Philips Selecon, Philips Strand Lighting and Philips VARI*LITE.
Complete details, including links to register, can be found at

Founded in 1978, Vincent Lighting Systems offers complete solutions for any type of entertainment or architectural lighting needs. VLS’s 50-person lighting team specializes in sales, systems integration, production services, rentals, repair and training.

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