Past Press


ALICE COOPER ROCKS OUT WITH BANDIT LITES

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Alice Cooper knows exactly what his audience wants when they come to one of his shows. Bandit Lites supplied the Chris Lisle designed lighting rig for the legendary rock and roll artist and ‘Godfather of Shock Rock,’ who is still pulling out all the stops as he careens through his set with the absolute precision of an artist who has spent decades honing his craft and theatrical bits, whether it’s an onstage beheading, a straightjacket routine or encounter with Frankenstein’s monster.

In addition to designing the lighting for the tour, Lisle also crafted the set and production design, working with Alice Cooper’s longtime manager Shep Gordon.

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FIREFLY FESTIVALBURNS BRIGHT WITH BANDIT LITES

DOVER, DELAWARE – More than 50,000 people turned up for the Firefly Music Festival, the east coast’s largest music festival, where a packed line up of Travis Scott, Kygo, Death Cab for Cutie, Post Malone, Vampire Weekend, Passion Pit, Panic! At the Disco, Zedd and Tyler, the Creator kept the crowds entertained all weekend long. Bandit Lites worked with lighting designer Gabriel Fraboni and Lamda Productions to provide the lighting package for the main Firefly stage and Lawn Stage.

Bandit Lites has been involved with the Firefly Music Festival since its beginning eight years ago, and this year saw a fresh makeover of the stages.

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ROTH EDWARDS NAMED BANDIT LITES DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Global entertainment lighting supplier Bandit Lites is pleased to announce the appointment of long time Bandit Roth Edwards to the new position of Director of Operations. Roth has been at Bandit for 20 years and was most recently Director of Special Operations.

Edwards came to Bandit from Grand Island, Nebraska with a keen understanding of the lighting business, a desire to learn more, and a passion second to none. From that point, Edwards quickly ascended the management ladder at Bandit and now sits in a lead role.

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NASHVILLE'S JULY 4TH INDEPENDENCE DAY BASH THRIVES WITH BANDIT LITES

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – It was a record-breaking weekend with more than 343,000 people taking to Music City to revel in America’s independence at the 2019 Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th celebration. Bandit Lites provided the lighting system for the event which featured performances from Brett Eldridge, Mac McAnally, Jessy Wilson, Dylan Scott, Creature Comfort, Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume, Joe West Band, DJ set by Dave Audé, the Nashville Symphony and what some call the best fireworks show in the country.

Erik Parker of Chris Lisle Lighting Design used more than 120 Bandit supplied lights to create a set up that would complement the exuberance of those watching

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