Lighting Plot For Korn's The Nothing Tour

lighting design for Korn The Nothing Tour

Lighting designer Thomas “Church” Christmann, who began working with Korn in 2016, shares lighting plots for the band's 2019 The Nothing Tour, featuring a set designed by Christmann in collaboration with sound engineer Marko Vujovic, who has been working with Korn for 10 years now. The set includes a multitude of two-way mirrors attached to LED video tiles, so that when the video is turned off, all the mirror surfaces reflect lighting beams. The three dimensional effect from the movements of all these cubes and pods helps to create constantly new lighting scenes.

Explore the credits, lighting gear list, and lighting plot below, and take an in-depth look into the video design. 

Credits

  • Production Designers: Thomas “Church” Christmann, Marko Vujovic
  • Tour Manager: Matt Peloquin
  • Production Manager: Paul Binder
  • Stage Manager: Albert Bermudez
  • Lighting designer & Video Designer: Thomas “Church” Christmann
  • Rigging / Automation: ARS Entertainment Rigging
  • Head Rigger: Alex Dew
  • Automation: Michele Maglich
  • Fabrication: Gallagher
  • Video: LMG Touring
  • Video crew: Martin Calcagno, Marco Hernandez, Sebastian Martinez
  • Video content: Schoenman TV - Chris Schoenman
  • Lights: Morpheus Lights
  • Light crew: Greg Nunz, Olu Kiara, Luis Herrera
  • Carps: Steve Ward, Charles Phillips

Lighting

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lighting plot for Korn The Nothing Tour

 

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