How To Create An Attractive Stage Setup For Your Next Country Music Concert
March 21, 2019
Rachelle Wilber in Advice, Concert, DIY, Live Music, Live Performance, country music, stage, stage visuals

The attractiveness of your stage depends on your target audience. You want to design something that will appeal to your audience and fit within your venue requirements. Here are some of the factors that you should take under advisement for your next country music concert.

Cover up Unsightly Gear

Covering up unsightly wires and other gear is the first step to making your stage attractive. This can be done through the use of stage curtains or even other types of displays. For example, you can use backdrops to create a scene that will fit with the theme of your concert. Another means to cover gear is to incorporate it into your display. For example, use your displays to run your cords through the center of them or spot light the segments that you want to be seen.

Space it Out

Your stage arrangement can change how your concert is viewed by the audience. For example, a smaller venue may require that you raise the stage or even change the size of the stage in order to accommodate your audience. You may want to make your stage wider in order to change its setup and appeal. All of these unique ways for rearranging the stage can help to create the ambiance that you want for your next concert.

Use Custom Features

Creating a custom stage design works well because it will give the audience something that’s been specially tailored for them. For example, custom colored plastic panels can help you to create a stage that’s attractive and unique. Using lighting behind your stage design may also help to pump up the attractiveness factor. All of these little touches are what the audience is going to remember when it comes to the visual appeal of the concert.

Look to Lightweight

Using lightweight lighting options removes much the unsightly items that need to be on the stage. For example, using smaller LED lighting options could help with the intensity of the lighting without having to employ larger footprint ones. Another thing to consider is the sound system that will be placed on the stage. There are speakers that take up less space, but will still enable you to produce the quality of sound that’s required for your concert.

There are lots of ways that you can work to make your stage setup more attractive for your next concert. Take these factors into account so that you can get the most out of your next event.

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