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Coemar Fixtures Join Star-Packed Roster to Light Up “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 25th Anniversary Concert” at Madison Square Garden

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Coemar Infinity Wash XL and Infinity ACL fixtures plus a massive dose of star power lit up New York City’s Madison Square Garden for the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 25th Anniversary Concert” which aired on HBO November 29. Among the luminaries taking the stage were The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Simon & Garfunkel, Stevie Wonder, U2, Metallica, Jerry Lee Lewis, and James Taylor.

“The concert actually consisted of two intensive nights of performances,” reports Brad Hafer, VP of sales/design at Atomic Lighting, a full-service production lighting company based in Lititz, PA. “It was a true Who’s Who of rock ‘n roll combined with a Who’s Who of technicians in special-event TV. I think it was the first time that the Garden saw that much talent in a two-day period!”

Atomic Lighting reteamed with lighting designer Allan Branton on the star-studded concert. In April they partnered on the 24th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Cleveland Convention Center’s Public Hall where Coemer Infinity Wash XL fixtures also played a central role.

Preproduction for the 25th Anniversary Concert required extensive logistics to juggle the Garden’s New York Rangers NHL hockey schedule. “Most of TV’s top gaffers worked as one to get the job done,” Hafer says. “We had a 10-hour Saturday to pre-rig the motors and truss not covering the ice then came back at 1 am Tuesday to jam things through until rehearsals Wednesday and the actual shows on Thursday and Friday.”

Branton chose 90 Infinity XLs to wash the audience and the performers who played on a turntable stage built on the Garden’s covered ice rink. “The stage rotated to introduce the next band and keep the show dynamic,” Hafer explains. “It was the only way to pack that many performances into a two-night show.”

He says Infinity XLs are Branton’s “anchor wash lights” for big events. “We have nothing but good things to say about the Infinitys,” he reports. “They always perform up to specs, and we never have to swap any out.”

With so much more than just superior brightness to their name, Coemar Infinity Wash XL lights sport a groundbreaking new color mix system able to achieve CMY and RGB colors (CMY patent pending). There’s also an effects wheel for creating texture and aerial effects with wash light (patent pending) as well as a beam shaper rotating and indexing at 360 degrees (patent pending).

Branton opted for a dozen Infinity ACLs as “eye candy” creating aerial arrays with colors and beam effects. The fixtures were mounted under IMAG screens and up in audience seating. “The effects lights added another dynamic to the rig,” Hafer notes. “The ACLs are really unique: They draw just 300 watts of power but have the output of 2K fixtures to the eye.”

The Infinity ACL S is also renowned for its superior brightness, offering more brightness than a 1200W fixture in a 250W package. Other key features include variable beam size and beam control with rotating aerial effects; moon flower effect; split color beam effects; and CMY color mixing.

About Inner Circle Distribution

Located in Sunrise, Florida, Inner Circle Distribution (ICD) is a full-service distributor supplying and servicing professional lighting needs in the U.S. and the Caribbean. ICD stocks multiple types of lighting equipment, including moving lights, LED products, intelligent consoles and much more. For additional information, visit our website at www.icd-usa.com or call Gary Mass at 954-578-8881.

About Coemar:

Since 1933, Coemar has created and produced Italian-made projectors and lighting systems developed to design light in theaters, TV studios, big events and exhibitions. Situated in Castelgoffredo Mantova, Italy, they can be found at www.coemar.com.

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