CASE STUDY | Vancouver Symphony in the Park 2007 & 2008
Arcadian Productions & The City of Burnaby
For this spectacular event EventStar provided all staging, tenting, site and parking crew supplying a team of 16 of our best staff to make happen. We have also been featured in InTents Magazine, a known industry magazine, for our creative design in incorporating tents for this event and other musical events. We built a 40’ W x 56’ L x 60’ H concert stage that needed to be reinforced to safely hold the weight of a 50’ Wide Saddle Span tent on top weighing over 6,000 lbs.
EventStar also offers two 24’ height scaffolding audio towers with audio rigging beams to hang 1500 lbs of audio . The audio towers also include black 70% scrim and tower rain caps to protect the audio equipment from the weather. We also assist the City of Burnaby with additional staff where ever required..
CASE STUDY | 2008 FIS Freestyle World Cup
International Ski Federation
This project took 6 of our staff a total of 8 hours to complete, with one of our staff on stand by for the duration of the event. We supplied a 10’ W x 32’ L x 16’ H judging platform, two 10’ Wx 10’ W x 16’ H camera platforms and three 8’ W x 8’ W x 56” H camera platforms.
EventStar lived up to our reputation by jumping in to assist with an event emergency when another supplier's two clear-span tents collapsed under the weight of a heavy snow fall. We jumped into motion, sent a truck and driver to Seattle to pickup two replacement tents and set those up - all in under 13 hours... the show most go on no matter what, and clients trust EventStar Services to ensure this for them.
CASE STUDY | 2007 Canada Winter Games Whitehorse, Yukon - Canadian Broadcast Company
EventStar Services traveled to Whitehorse in the Yukon with a crew of four to lend a hand to CBC Television in setting up and rigging all of their television lighting in five venues. This project required us to set over 60 rigging points and supply, ship and setup over 600’ of truss and focus 200 lights. We supplied high and low riggers that either worked from catwalks or out of lifts anywhere from 30’ to 60’ in the air.