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SLS Production powers Sean Paul at Riyadh Season Closing Ceremony

SLS Production powers Sean Paul at Riyadh Season Closing Ceremony

SLS Production powers Sean Paul at Riyadh Season Closing Ceremony

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SLS Production has collaborated with 360 Productions for the Riyadh Season Festival Closing Ceremony event, having worked together for the past three years on several concerts across Saudi Arabia. SLS was responsible for the complete AV production setup to event execution, providing solutions for stage, audio, lighting, special effects and video.

The event organisers shared the technical riders of the artists due to perform prior to the event as well as the details of the venue in order to set up the stage accurately. SLS’s technical team visited the site and put together technical drawings to better understand the stage layout, although it helped that the company had worked at the venue previously.

The opening acts, Michel Fidel and DJ Rodge, were backed by a 200-piece orchestra and 100 backing singers. Headliner Sean Paul also brought his band, requiring precise stage monitoring and IEM. The system was networked via Luminex gigacore 10 switches with Galaxies 816AES and 816 on a redundant AVB network, servicing Meyer Sound’s Leo M and Lyon M/W as main hangs, Lyon M out fills and Milos with 700 HP as delays and 1100 LFC end fired configuration. The consoles used were DiGiCo SD7 and SD5 on FOH and SD10 on MOH for its head room, and a Waves plugin for processing. For monitoring, the Shure PSM 1000 were selected, as well as 12 L-Acoustics X8 monitors for the orchestra. Clear-Com’s HelixNet and FreeSpeak were used for communications.

For the lighting, a selection of Robe Lighting products were used, including Mega Pointe, Spiders and Tetra 2. A Martin Mac Viper Profile was also chosen as well as a grandMA2 from MA Lighting. A Resolume Arena 8.9mm LED screen was used for graphics shown to the audience.

In terms of challenges, set up times were tight, alongside some logistical issues that were quickly overcome. Overall, SLS felt the event was a success, made even better by the crowd being in great spirits.

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