Avolites Proud to be Part of Brighton Pride
An Avolites Tiger Touch II console using Avolites’ latest Titan 10.1 software was used to program and control the high-octane lighting design for the renowned Wild Fruit ‘Summer of Love’ dance tent at the famous annual LGBTQ equality and diversity festival, Brighton Pride.
Providing the venue with a series of intense lighting looks was lighting designer Paul de Villiers who worked
closely with Dean Parker of Wilde Ones Event Services who supplied and managed the event.
To create the ‘wild fruit’ dance look, De Villiers used self-climbing truss goalposts toward the back of the stage framing a 12mx 4m, 6mm LED wall, supplied by Video Illusions.
To complete the look laser systems were provided by Paul Teare from Shive-AV these comprised two Laserworld Purelight PL-10.000 with retro fit extra diodes at 2W, two Lightspace 5W Unicorn retrofitted with CT620 scanners for wider scan angle and two Kvant Clubmax 6000 laser systems.
De Villiers worked WingnuT Production Lighting Ltd who supplied the majority of the lighting elements with some extra fixtures and rigging coming from Panalux Broadcast and Event who supplied the Main Stage.