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Tim Woodworth

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Re: Stage Shading
« Reply #10 on: July 12, 2016, 01:31:06 pm »

http://www.guildworks.com/

This may be exactly what you are looking for. Worked with them out in Billings, MT with Brook of DIA events. Looked pretty cool and did the job. Even stood up to a severe storm with hail.
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Tim Tyler

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Re: Stage Shading
« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2016, 07:06:09 pm »

Let me see if I can make sense of this. The stage is facing South. The audience will be sitting in an open area with a few trees but not many and the shade will not be in favorable places to see the bands. Just guessing but I would say the area is 300' wide but is was thinking having a few of these shades up as some folks would sit in the sun and not mind it some will need to be out of the sun to enjoy themselves. This is a Bicentenial celebration and am only trying to assist I making it a pleasurable for everyone as possible. Again this is only a thought with good intentions. So to clarify I was thinking putting some type of shading up for the audience to get out of the sun in strategic areas. The audience would be facing due North to see the stage. Area is 300' wide X 150' deep. Maybe the corners and the middle????   Looking for the screen type material. Maybe flying it with some lifts for a line array???  They plan to have entertainment all week.  Maybe it's a stretch but that is my vision.

Maybe Christo has some leftover stuff...

-Tim T
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Aaron Maurer

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Re: Stage Shading
« Reply #12 on: July 12, 2016, 07:57:46 pm »

I can't help you with the who, but here is an example from a place we work to hopefully give you some ideas.  This place is set up for it, but rather than spreading little shade patches that the patrons have to chase around all day, they put up an translucent and low shear fabric over the area directly in front of the stage.  It provides a more consistent shaded area and encourages people to be in front of the band. 

http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/chataqua-days-carnival-chewelah?select=KsAsKe7K9bp3wtu1cm_Fdw

http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/chataqua-days-carnival-chewelah?select=5wT3UyWMgcK2sv_WpCD8Tw
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That is a really nice idea!!!  Thanks.
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