Rainbow Serpent Market stage:
It takes a big team and many creative minds to create a scene house quite like this.
Lighting and Canopy electric design: Tim Beeston
Canopy design: Aidan Beyer
Canopy Led Mapping: Casey Loraine
Stage Design: Ed Wardian and Viktor Legin
Laser's: Dave Liegh
Video Design: Nick Azidis
Audio Design: Adam Ward
Not to mention all the riggers, carpenters, plumbers, Stage managers and all the other departments come together to make this stage a reality.
Special thanks to Dave Masters.
Designer: Tim Beeston
Venues: The Enmore, The Forum, HQ, Metro Freo, Darwin ENT Cent, The Tanks Cairns.
Photos: Mia MacKenzi
Amy Shark's Love Monster Tour.
Designer: Tim Beeston
Show Concept: To bring and arena scale show into theaters.
Venues: The Enmore, The Forum, The Tiv, HQ and MetroCity Freo.
Once again, Flashbang Productions was invited to tour with Northeast Party House on not one, but two national tours. The first was a six-date Groovin the Moo tour stopping through Australia's regional cities and the second was eleven SOLD OUT dates across the country in celebration of their single 'Calypso Beach.'
Boogie; while this festival is only small and offered to an even smaller number of patrons each year it holds more charm and magic then any other major events in the years calender. It’s held on a stunning part farm, part footy oval, part club house site in the hills of Tallarook, a destination 100km north of Melbourne on the VLine.
The festival itself feels more like a house party then an event, patrons feel more like friends of friends then strangers and the vibe permeates through all that is boogie.
From the authentic boogie bucks that look more like pirate coins then drink tokens which are valid for the fine boogie brew, world class food options and dope swag. The hillybilly disco stage that sees only the finest tunes spun to the wee hours of the morning, the cold nights are heated by multiple community fires that burn all night long hosting conversations of good marbo and fresh ideas to the soundtrack of sweet blues guitar and humble singalongs.
Boogie can only be labled as a gathering of friends rather a festival and anyone wishing to be apart of it should heed it’s one rule. NO DICKHEADS.