French Lighting Hire company Régie Lumière provides High Tech Light Kit

Mika at the Casino de Paris

Singer, song writer Mika with a string of English Funk/Pop hits to his name, gave two sold out concerts at the Casino de Paris atthe end of last year. Lighting kit was provided by Régie Lumière a Paris based and long established lighting hire company who suggested Martin’s Mac Viper and the ilumo ZOOM LED Spot from Lumonic. Lighting Designer Justin Shaw was just astonished and even entranced by the lights.

Independence Day Boss in Paris ...

Bruce Springsteen

An evening of fun, an evening of excess and an evening of dreams, this is what Bruce Springsteen gave us on the most wonderful Independence Day France has ever witnessed. With the E-Street Band as tight as ever and the Boss rock-solid despite his 63 years, they managed to throw the breakers at the Palais omnisports de Paris in Bercy four times during the soundcheck! With Avid Venue and 160 L-Acoustics enclosures brought to bear, John “Coop” Cooper as Chief blaster and Soundlightup as a lucky witness, we can now certify that rock and roll is still alive!

Lighting Designer Jeff Ravitz scores a pure Rock’n’Roll moment!

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in Paris

To our great delight the Wrecking Ball tour hit Paris Bercy for two days, allowing us to (re)discover a true American rock concert, traditional style, with a setup in which the audience surrounds the stage area and the singer for a total communion, which was an obvious pleasure to watch.

Bellote and FIR V-Dosc on duty

Symphonic Julien Clerc

Like many artists before him, Julien Clerc (a famous French singer) has succumbed to a symphonic sound and has enlisted a group of 40 musicians, with which his songs present and past take on a special importance. Faithful to the artist and assisted by Laurent Midas at the monitor desk, Laurent “Bellote” Delenclos was given the responsibility of the sound on this tour – which is more pop than classical – and has some tricks up his sleeve.