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BANDIT LITES SALES TEAM SUPPLIES NEW LIGHTS TO RYMAN AUDITORIUM

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE –Ryman Auditorium, one of the most iconic venues in the country, recently updated its house lighting system with luminaires supplied by frequent partner, Bandit Lites. With incoming tours featuring increasingly brighter fixtures, the 125-year old historic venue replaced their previous system with Ayrton GHIBLI™ LED spots and Chauvet Professional Rogue R3 Washes.

“After consulting with lighting directors on the tours, it was clear that we needed a stronger light with better output for the FOH spot fixtures,” said Ryman Lighting Director Brandon Webb. “We knew there were arc lamp fixtures that could do

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BANDIT LITES PURCHASES MEGA-LITE CIRCA SCOOPS

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Bandit Lites inventory continues to expand with a recent large purchase of Mega-lite Circa Scoop LED fixtures, giving clients more variety and range in designing tours, festivals and events.

The lightweight static light features an Inner Ring and Outer Ring with 144 and 192 RGB LEDs, respectively. These can produce an array of color combinations along with a bright, cool white that give a good amount of throw and allow lighting designers to achieve a nice, subtle wash. The rings also can generate a pulsing strobe and macro effects.

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BANDIT LITES UP CAM AT THE RYMAN

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Country singer Cam returned to the historic Ryman Auditorium for a headlining show with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites. With her honeyed voice, sharp storytelling and witty song lyrics, the singer-songwriter entertained the crowd with her whip-smart new single Diane and hits off her debut album Untamed.

Based off the lighting design by Gordon Droitcour of Cour Design, Tour Manager Gabe Hodge created the one-off design by adding ground supported fixtures to bring more depth to the stage in addition to back light specials.

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BANDIT LITES ILLUMINATES THE CINEMATIC SOUNDS OF OWL CITY

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – Owl City, project of singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Young is out on the road with a lighting package provided by Bandit Lites. The Cinematic Tour is Young’s first North American tour in three years and follows the release of his sixth studio and first independent album, Cinematic, which dropped June 1.

Drawing on the album artwork of Cinematic, Lighting Designer Jay Waddell used Martin Sceptrons to create the defining look of the show to take the audience on a journey through Adam Young’s life.

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