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BANDIT LITES INVENTORY GROWS WITH VL 6000 BEAM

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Bandit Lites has once again expanded its inventory to meet the growing demands of 2017, this time adding the new VL 6000 Beam. Featuring a large 14 inch aperture, the sleek VL 6000 beam has fulfilled a vacancy in the lighting look­ repertoire, giving both designers and audiences alike something completely new. Its ability to fill the wide lens while still producing a large, intense beam will add a unique element of interest to any design, whether it is for television, outdoor festivals or arena tours. 

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BANDIT LIGHTS MERLE HAGGARD TRIBUTE CONCERT

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Thousands gathered at Bridgestone Arena to witness what was to be a concert of the ages: Sing Me Back Home: The Music of Merle Haggard. Taking place on what would have been his 80th birthday and the one year anniversary of Haggard’s death, the sold out evening featured collaborations from artists that may never be seen again, including Keith Richards and Willie Nelson’s emotional rendition of “Reasons to Quit.” Bandit Lites provided the lighting for the concert, which was filmed for broadcast on a network and date to be announced at a later time.  

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BANDIT INVESTS IN ILUMINARC ILUMIPANEL 180 IP FIXTURES

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – With another packed festival season on the horizon, Bandit Lites has recently expanded its production inventory with a purchase of Iluminarc Ilumipanel 180 IP fixtures.

The rugged exterior light is ideal for providing colorful washes on the massive scrims at outdoor stages in addition to giving vibrant looks during performances that take place during the day in bright sunlight to crowds that stretch out to the thousands.

Iluminarc Ilumipanel 180 IP’s will first be featured at the NFL DraftTown event next

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BANDIT ILLUMINATES ANDY WOOD AT BIJOU THEATRE

KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE – Guitarist and mandolinist Andy Wood recently wrapped a special performance at the historic Bijou Theatre with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites. The special, one night only show was recorded and featured guest performances by fiddler Brian Arrowood, singer-songwriter Kendra Chantelle, bassist Todd Parks, musician Travis Toy and Ben Lacy.

While Wood had been playing mandolin since the age of five, winning the World Championship Mandolin championship at the age of 16, Wood picked up an electric guitar as a teenager, only to find himself beating 3400 guitarists at the Guitar Center Guitarmageddon contest at 22. Over a decade later, Wood has

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