CHRIS YOUNG TOUR 'COMES OVER' WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Country music superstar Chris Young had an incredibly busy 2016, including #1 hits I’m Comin’ Over and Think of You, a Christmas album and a massive headlining tour with an all new production look. His I’m Comin Over Tour, which is continuing in the New Year, features a lighting packaged provided by Bandit Lites.
With the show heavily featuring video, lighting designer Chris Lisle created a scalable lighting design featuring video while still allowing for punches of lighting around the content.
WINTER JAM RETURNS WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – January kicked off with the reemergence of The Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, one of the country’s largest Christian tours. Bandit Lites supplies the lighting package for the evening of music, worship and ministry, which has outpaced other tour attendance for the past four years. This year’s artists include Crowder, Britt Nicole, Tenth Avenue North, Sadie Robertson, Andy Mineo, Colton Dixon, Thousand Foot Krutch, Newsong, Tony Nolan, OBB, Sarah Reeves and Steven Malcolm.
Winter Jam has acquired a large, loyal following, meaning that lighting designer Jerry Holcomb has to coordinate a new look each year, all while staying within
BEREA COLLEGE BRINGS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL TO HOMES WITH BANDIT LITES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – For many, Christmas Eve is an evening of reflection and celebration with loved ones, and Bandit Lites was proud to help facilitate a special program from Berea College entitled Listen! A Musical Celebration of Christmas. The holiday concert was broadcast Christmas Eve on CBS affiliates and featured performances from both students and faculty members including the Berea College Folk Roots Ensemble, Concert Choir, Jazz Ensemble and Bluegrass Ensemble along with a reading from a copy of the St. John’s Bible, the first handwritten and illuminated Bible published since the invention of the modern printing press.
BANDIT LIGHTS WIDESPREAD PANIC NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTIES
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – 2017 started with a bang as Georgian rockers Widespread Panic rang in the New Year with an epic three set blowout at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Lighting designer Paul Hoffman utilized a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites for the two night, sold-out event, where the first evening featured selections from Widespread Panic’s albums played in chronological order, while the second evening boasted guest appearances by Love Sponge String Quartet, MegaBlasters Horns and McCrary Sisters.
With the bands annual ‘Tunes for Tots’ benefit concert taking place on the 29th Dec in Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium, and the arena not being available