Professional Lighting & Production - Summer 2017 - Page 21

graphic designers and production pros,” he says, “and it’s been great working with them. I think we brought our fans something really special.” Larivée takes over: “At the end of the day, we were creating something custom-tailored to the band, so it was cool to work with all the different collaborators involved – and again, col- laboration is great when you know why you’re there and everyone’s on the same page.” Death of a Bachelor and its subsequent tour represent a big artistic statement for Panic! At The Disco at this point in their career, leaving many of the band’s loyal fans wondering just what they’ll do next. Whatever that might be, it has a lot to live up to. Andrew King is the Editor-in-Chief of Professional Lighting & Production. A look at the production package for the Death of a Bachelor Tour LIGHTING 50 x Robe BMFL Spots 45 x Clay Paky A.leda B-EYE K20s 25 x GLP impression X4s 27 x Chauvet Strike 4 LED Blinders 24 x Martin Atomic 3000 Strobes 10 x Robe CycFX 8s 8 x Clay Paky Sharpys 6 x Robe PATT 2013s 6 x Vari-Lite VL3015LT Spots 5 x Reel EFX Hazers 2 x MA Lighting grandMA 2 Consoles (Full) 2 x MA Lighting grandMA NPUs  VIDEO 2 x Green Hippo Hippotizer Boreal Media Servers 2 x Barco Event Master E2 Jr Screen Management Systems 130 x ROE MC7 7.5 mm LED Panels 96 x Upstaging Saber 500 LED Video Strips 52 x ACASS Systems Modlock 7 Interlocking LED Panels   AUTOMATION  14 x Kinesys High-Speed Motors CREATIVE TEAM Production: Crush Music Band Manager: Scott Nagelberg Production Manager: Spencer C. Jones Tour Manager: Tony Marino Road Manager: Zechariah Hall Production Design: Lüz Studio Lighting Design: Alex Specht & Lüz Studio Video Content: Lüz Studio Intermission Video: Brendan Walter Lighting, Rigging, Video & Trucking Vendor: Upstaging, Inc. Staging: All Access Staging Pyro & FX: Strictly Fx PROFESSIONAL LIGHTING & PRODUCTION • 21