PixelFLEX LED Curtains For CMA Festival's Music City Gives Back Concert

PixelFLEX LED Curtains recently provided sharp video images onstage during the third annual Music City Gives Back (MCGB) concert headlined by Rodney Atkins at the start of the Country Music Award Festival in downtown Nashville.

PixelFLEX LED Curtains recently provided sharp video images onstage during the third annual Music City Gives Back  (MCGB) concert headlined by Rodney Atkins at the start of the Country Music Award Festival in downtown Nashville. This year's free concert, attended by 12,000 passionate country music fans, featured artists Josh Thompson, Jana Kramer and Justin Moore and benefitted relief efforts for the victims of the Oklahoma City tornadoes. 
 
 
PixelFLEX provided 12 20mm panels for this year's concert to deliver clear video content and effects to enrich the musical performances. This is the second year PixelFLEX's industry-leading LED screens were used during the MCGB show, as the video curtains offer optimal flexibility and ease of use, according to event organizers. 
 
 "We love using PixelFLEX because they're extremely easy to load in and tear down," said Justin Hinote of Hill Entertainment Group, Atkins' management team. "They store easier than any regular screen that we can get and they look great on stage; they made downtown Broadway really light up."
 
Sunlight can be a concern for daytime concerts with screens looking faded or washed out on stage, but even with MCGB's start time of 6p.m. Hinote was confident PixelFLEX would provide a superior product.  "Having used the panels in the past, I knew visibility wouldn't be an issue and I wasn't disappointed. The clarity was super all day, even in direct sunlight, and the picture improved as the night went on," said Hinote.
 
Easy to operate and set up - videos and images can be sent to the screen using any computer with a DVI-D connection - PixelFLEX LED Curtains are available from low resolution to high resolution, allowing users to demonstrate simple effects or elaborate videos. 
 
During the charitable event, the panels were arranged behind center stage to showcase videos, static images and effects throughout all four performances. PixelFLEX curtains were chosen specifically as the backdrop for the production to "blow up" and visually enhance the show for the audience. 
 
"It's great to use PixelFLEX screens when you're designing the stage because they offer a lot of flexibility in the imaging and always look great," said Hinote in closing.
For more information on PixelFLEX and its growing line of lightweight LED video screens, visit www.LEDCurtain.com.  Follow PixelFLEX at www.Facebook.com/PixelFLEXUSA and @LEDCurtain
 
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