Working with Urban Audio Productions, I was brought in to look after the lighting at the festival's dance tent, which saw a host of acts entertain children and adults alike throughout the day, and live bands at night. The festival took place on the grounds of legendary stately home Ragley Hall.
Ending a busy summer of outdoor proms for me was the Britrish Police Symphony Orchestra entertaining a crowd of 18,000 people at Lichfield's Beacon Park for the city council's annual 'Proms in the Park' event. All equipment supplied by The Cloud One Group.
After the Vamps breaking the attendance record last year, it is broken once again in 2017, as Busted descend on Kings Lynn to create the biggest show the town has ever seen. Other acts include KT Tunstal, Space, Musical Youth, The Real Thing, Kenny Thomas and The Sherlocks.
My second year at Festival Too and this year the attendance record was broken as 15,000 people crammed into Kings Lynn's Tuesday Market place to see The Vamps Headline. Other acts on the 5 day bill included Odyssey and The Wonderstuff.
Each year for the past 30 years, A commitee of people in Kings Lynn stage a free music festival in the town's main square. This year saw performances from Heaven 17, The Blow Monkeys, Phats & Small and Bucks Fizz.
Uttoxeter Racecourse was taken over for a weekend of folk, jazz and acoustic performances from some of the country's top rock and pop acts. With equipment provided by The Cloud One Group, acts included Show of Hands, Big Country, 'From The Jam', Paul Carrack and Quill.