BURBANK, CALIF.- MAY 23, 2013- Fleetwood Mac’s 2013 Live tour is now approaching its half way point through their successful 48-city North American tour with Chaos Visual Productions as the video supplier. The tour ends their North American leg at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif. on July 6. After a short break, the tour will then head out on their European leg opening in Ireland on September 20 at The O2 in Dublin. The tour will close on October 26 at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
Production designer, Paul “Arlo” Guthrie of Minneapolis-based Toss Film + Design works with Marty Hom, tour manager, and Allan Tate, road manager, to execute Fleetwood Mac’s highly anticipated tour. This is Fleetwood Mac's first tour since 2009.
The show designs come to life on a 53’3” wide by 27’6” high LED wall that consists of 435 tiles of WinVision 12mm, 29 tiles wide by 15 tiles high. Two Everbrighten processors and two Folsom ImagePros are utilized for signal and image processing, respectively. The show also calls for three Barco 26K projectors, five Barco 22K projectors, three Sony HD cameras, three Sony BRC700 Robocams, and four Lipstick cams.
Production manager, Bobby Herr and stage manager, Anthony Aquilato, are supported by Chaos video crew: Gerald McReynolds, Jon Huntington, David Jacobs, Sixx Williams, Brandon Oosterhof, and Joseph Bradley.
Chaos Visual Productions, headquartered in Burbank, Calif., is an award-winning boutique video rental company in the live event industry. For further information on the show please visit the company website at www.chaosvisual.com or call (818) 748-2200.