Past Press


BANDIT LITES BUY BIG INTO HIGH END SYSTEMS GEAR

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – 2019 may be drawing to a close but Bandit Lites is still grinding out plenty of events, tours and shows. With clients wanting a variety of gear at their disposal, Bandit Lites made a large purchase of High End Systems gear, specifically with the addition of SolaFrame 3000s and Hog 4-18 consoles.

The SolaFrame 3000 utilizes a light output from its 1000-watt Ultra-Bright White LED engine with a boundless palette of effects and color options. In addition to its versatility, with more than 37,000 lumen output, the SolaFrame 3000 has an output that can rival even powerful arc lamp fixtures.

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PERRY FARRELL ROCKS OUT WITH BANDIT LITES

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Rock star Perry Farrell recently wrapped a tour with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites. Farrell, Jane’s Addiction front man and a founder of the iconic Lollapalooza festival, dazzled audiences with deep cuts, popular favorites and new songs from his most recent project, Kind Heaven, his first solo album since 2001.

Lighting designers Todd Erickson and Mark Janowitz created a rig that would be versatile enough to provide the classic rock look to match earlier songs as well as lower light movement look for the newer material.

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BANDIT LITES MAKES ELATION PROFESSIONAL GEAR PURCHASE

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Bandit Lites has spent the summer outfitting massive tours, record-breaking festivals and immense events, causing the world’s foremost lighting company to once again add to its gear inventory with a sizeable purchase of Elation Professional fixtures, including DTW Blinders, Proton Eclyspe Strobes, Proteus Hybrids, Proteus Razor 760, Smarty Hybrids and Chorus Line 8 fixtures.

“Elation has fully embraced and invested in the demand for IP rated gear,” said Jake Tickle, Bandit Lites Director of Technical Services. “With the ultimate need to protect our investments, the Elation Proteus line and other IP offerings were a complete choice for Bandit.”

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BANDIT LITES ILLUMINATES INTERNATIONAL CAMPOREE

OSHKOSH, WISCONSIN – More than 50,000 people from 60 countries joined together for the largest Adventist Youth Event in the world at International Camporee (CYE). Bandit Lites supplied the lighting for the six-day event which takes place every five years and featured live worship, productions and fellowship. 

Working with SBHH Events team of Rachel Quan, Andy Gerber, John Monroe and Brent Walla with along with CYE Producer Betty Whitehead and Director Heidi Litell, Lighting Designer Mark Carver started developing the lighting direction and staging scenic elements of the show nearly two years ago.

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