I’ve been writing lately about how we pull together large holiday displays for our customers at Animated Lighting. I thought I’d include our work at the Christmas On Ice event in Madison, MS, as the latest entry in this series.
One of the largest music festivals in the United States is Bonnaroo in Manchester, TN.
2013 represented the 12th year of this festival where more than 100 bands of various genres play during four days and nights. An estimated 150,000 people attended Bonnaroo in 2013.
Animated Lighting was approached by a lighting designer to provide some ideas and suggestions to add some fun and excitement to the Bonnaroo Barn:
While they are fun to watch, animated lighting displays at Christmas, Halloween, or other times of the year can be a little intimidating when it comes to planning and installing a display at your own home or business.
We completely understand the feeling and are happy to help you design a cool lighting display and determine the parts and pieces you need to pull it off. There are always features that are unique to every display but we can generally help you figure out a plan through a basic 5-step plan:
In recent years, we have seen decorating with lights expand from the traditional Christmas season to other times of year, especially at Halloween. So while I realize it’s early March at the time of this writing, it never is too early to start planning and budgeting for a lighting display.
So, yes, a tad early, I would like to address a common question we receive: Do you have anything new and unique for a Halloween animated lighting show?
Of course! In fact, we have several unique products that you might want to consider. Continue reading