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Tash Sultana at Hordern Pavilion

As part of the NSW Governments Great Southern Nights series of shows to give the live music industry an (almost) post Covid boost, Tash Sultana played The Hordern Pavilion on Nov 27th.
Tash has been regular client of ours and we were more than happy to get on board with her again especially in the midst of this crazy Covid reality we in the live music industry find ourselves living through.
Her talented LD Sam Jarousek designed a comprehensive lighting and vision system that fits the Hordern stage and her performance perfectly.
A flown rig of Ayrton Ghibli, Claypaky B-Eye K20 and LED Blinders worked in tandem with a floor package on uprights consisting of Claypaky B-Eye K10, GLP JDC-1 Strobes and 30 panels of InfiLed VuePix ER5.9 LED Screen.
For a quick IN + OUT we put the floor lighting rig on our Global Pre-Rig truss with floor standing feet - so simple, quick and easy.
An RJ Victor follow spot rounded out the LX rig.
Atmosphere came courtesy of 2 x Unique hazers and 2 x MDG Hazers.
Sam programmed + operated the show on a Grand MA2 Lite + NPU.
Although limited to 1000 people, the appreciative, seated crowd were all very eager to see a proper live show it seemed and they lapped it all up.
Tash, a multi instrumentalist, performed solo using loops, guitar, percussion, trumpet and keys performed a great set and the lighting and vision rig looked awesome.