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Fabric structure sets the stage at Essence Music Festival

Landscapes | September 1, 2010 | By:

The Essence Music Festival, a three-day concert and cultural event held every year in New Orleans, is the largest African-American music and empowerment event in the U.S. Recently, RE:BE Design created a massive, single-unit stage setting to host the Festival integrating large projection screens with scenic elements in a spandex fabric cladding over a truss substructure. The fabric structure serves as a surface for video programming via video mapping technology. In addition to the projection surface, a 9m by 15m upstage screen functions as a backdrop to the main stage performance area.

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