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Interior Lighting,Stage Design

Interior Lighting,Stage Design

Producers had just four hours to convert the Celebrity Beach Bowl into a concert and lounge venue for DirecTV's Super Saturday Night. The tent rigging was built to allow the ceiling to hold as much as 100,000 pounds of equipment and decor. Two massive chandeliers balanced out the JumboTron, which concealed 15 smaller chandeliers during the touch football game

Producers had just four hours to convert the Celebrity Beach Bowl into a concert and lounge venue for DirecTV's Super Saturday Night. The tent rigging was built to allow the ceiling to hold as much as 100,000 pounds of equipment and decor. Two massive chandeliers balanced out the JumboTron, which concealed 15 smaller chandeliers during the touch football game

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Andrew Hunt and his crew from Blue Ridge Community Church in Forest, VA brings us this great alternative to the pit ball concept. They bought a bunch of half-ball styrofoam balls online. This kept them from having to cut each one in half. (You can easily get them at your local craft store or save money online.) Andrew had already drawn them up in Sketchup so they knew the spacing before starting. They marked off the spacing on some 4x16 panels and used a chalk line using Irwin Dust-Off chalk…

Andrew Hunt and his crew from Blue Ridge Community Church in Forest, VA brings us this great alternative to the pit ball concept. They bought a bunch of half-ball styrofoam balls online. This kept them from having to cut each one in half. (You can easily get them at your local craft store or save money online.) Andrew had already drawn them up in Sketchup so they knew the spacing before starting. They marked off the spacing on some 4x16 panels and used a chalk line using Irwin Dust-Off chalk…