Festivals are a increasingly popular and diverse hub for creativity, performance and music; but behind every memorable festival, is a robust technical backbone. POLAR have the products and solutions you need to ensure that the show goes on - come rain or shine!
MC² offer the Delta Series a range of networkable amplifiers.
The Delta Series amplifiers offer the assurance of MC²’s highest quality audio power amp technology with future proofing via the inclusion of simple to use digital audio networking. Offered in non-DSP or with DSP included, these amplifiers contain a variety of additional power levels along with Dante network inputs and can control a stereo 4-way system with no external processing.
beyerdynamic offer a range of Wireless Microphone Systems which utilise bespoke technology to ensure many more microphones can be used in a single space with zero interference than has previously been possible. Available in multiple formats such as headworn, handheld, instrument or lapel varieties.
The TG 1000 Series is a 24-bit digital wireless system which can be used in a wide variety of venues worldwide.
The TG 500 Series wireless system is designed for smaller stage performances, theatre productions and speeches and can be used almost worldwide without a license.
Touring Line Array
Renkus-Heinz offers the VARIA Digitally Steerable Line Array for compact, steerable audio offering maximum impact with the utmost discretion. From small PA to arenas, Renkus Heinz has a wide range of premium speakers to suit.
The VARIA101 Array Modules are built around a high power, low-frequency subwoofers coupled with neodymium high-frequency compression drivers to ensure optimum sound quality and arrayability.
Together with the VA/VAX15S Subwoofers, Renkus-Heinz provides a high-power full-range system capable of handling the most demanding musical performances, especially in difficult acoustical environments.
Related Case Studies
Glade at Glastonbury
The Glade Area at Glastonbury Festival has become known as the destination for all those who love alternative underground dance music, leftfield and experimental sounds, dub and reggae. Originally spawned from the Avalon Field back in the late 1990's and expanding into its own stand-alone festival at one point, situated right in the centre of the festival among a small triangle of poplar trees and mature woodland tucked below the embankment, lies the Glade Area. As well playing host to the Glade Stage, there is the Spaceport Stage, Glade Lounge, Lovebullets Stage and The Spike, an enchanted space by the Glade Cafe that’s effectively a sound system in the trees.