Thanks for the comment about CK5 and his new rig. I haven't been able to see it yet, but heard there was a change. Love to hear more about it from those who where there!There's a white scrim in the background, all the way in the back from the floor to the top of the rig. There's a line of LED lights at the very bottom of the scrim, and when they're lit it shoot beams of light up the white back drop. He changes the colors and patterns of the lights frequently. My favorite parts however, have been when the LEDs are on one constant, unmoving color, and then CK5 shines lights from downstage back up at the band. It looks like theatre light. Like a stage play. It's incredible.
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