- the Mecca of folk music in Germany
With around 20,000 visitors on site, and with live broadcast on Austrian ORF and Germany MDR, millions saw stars such as Die Edlseer, Marc Pircher, Andy Borg, Francine Jordi, Semino Rosso and local heroes Nockalm Quintet, Nik P and Andreas Gaballier performed at the open air concert “Wenn die Musi spielt”.
The specification of the set designer was an open-sided, open-air stage, against a backdrop of the Nock Mountains by day, converting to a modern stage show after dark.
By using the SGM LB-100 LED Balls driven by 18 TLD-612 Touring LED Drivers, the 840 chains functioned as an impressive backdrop for the stage with a total of 5,880 pixels. Pixel mapping and control was managed via Catalyst.
Providing ambient light, twelve SGM P-5 wash lights, with 21° degree lenses, were employed. Their brightness and colours were key for the TV production, while the endurance of the outdoor lamps enabled free positioning.
The technical implementation of this major event was carried out by the BMS Production Group under the technical supervision of Ing Fritz Staudinger.