Litestructures has been building UK pop sensation and all-boy band Westlife's stage sets for seven years now, but their latest is the biggest yet. Designed for their 2008 Back Home tour, the three-tier stage is shaped in the band’s signature “W” format and measures an impressive 72'(w)x40'(d)x12'(h). Following an original concept by Alan MacDonald, it took the Litestructures design team just six weeks to complete the structure. Features within and around the stage's 55 LiteDeck platform ...
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