FALCON searchlights conjure magical moments at the Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium
July 2015, Boom, Belgium – For the first time, FALCON searchlights have been integrated into the imaginative design of the main stage at the Tomorrowland festival. The robust searchlights proved once again that they also make ideal festival luminaires. Their exceptionally far-reaching, colour-drenched lighting effects turned the festival’s main event this year into a truly vibrant spectacle.
When colourful internationalism, the beats of electronic music and surreal mysticism come together, the ravers gather at the Tomorrowland Festival near Boom in Belgium. This year, some 180,000 of them braved the storms, the rain and the sunshine. The open-air festival featured a gigantic stage, 60 metres high and 140 metres wide, in the form of a fairy-tale castle, realized in loving detail. A lavish array of effects were also employed.
Tomorrowland’s lighting designer, Sander Den Otter, succeeded brilliantly in integrating the FALCONs into the spectacular overall image, managing, on the one hand, to project the stage show far into the night sky with the FALCON BEAM 7,000W, and, on the other, to realize a beautiful illumination of the festival grounds behind the main stage. Bright moving lights from the FALCON range complemented the music, waterfalls, pyrotechnic and other lighting effects that made up the opulent Tomorrowland show.
According to the organizers, visitors from 200 nations flocked this year to the De Schorre National Park to celebrate with 300 of the most in-demand DJs on the planet, including David Guetta, Avicii, Hardwell, Armin van Buuren.
De Schorre National Park, Boom, Belgium
FALCON BEAM colour 7.000W
Sander Den Otter (Tomorrowland)