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Prom Done The MEGA Way

By May 19, 2017news

Central High-school’s prom produced by Ultimate School Dances with Mega Systems equipment.

Prom is known as something that should always be one of your High School favorite memories. For Central High-school, that memory was made by Ultimate School Dances a Division of Steward’s Productions who pulled off a prom that the high school students and administration who attended will forever remember.

The prom took place at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine Texas. Over 681 students and administration attended and were able to enjoy a quality production produced by Ultimate School Dances, who used several products in order to make this event a complete success.

Mega-Lite Axis series lights

To keep this prom bright and create an environment where students were able to enjoy themselves, ten of Mega-Lite Axis series lights, which are some of their most powerful moving head fixtures, were put to use.  Eight of the Axis Beam 7R lights were hung on the truss and two of the Axis Xtra 17R lights were mounted on the curve of the truss where the DJ was placed. These lights were run off of Enlighten, an easy to use

These lights were run off of Enlighten, an easy to use system of creating buttons as looks or sequences and gives the power and flexibility needed in this particular event.

Aside from the different light fixtures, an LED video wall was also a great contribution to the successful prom. The video wall used the Dicolor BAT M1-391 Display Panel. This panel is a rugged, lightweight touring LED display panel. Measuring over 3 ft tall per panel, this panel is an excellent value for assembling larger walls. The panel’s 3.91mm pitch and black face LEDs make for a high resolution and high contrast display, making it just the right panel for a prom.

Axis Xtra 17R lights were mounted on the curve of the truss where the DJ was placed

“The Success of the Lighting and the LED video wall was all a big hit that the school is booking us again for the following year,” says Owner of Steward’s Productions, Brandon Steward. “We are also expanding out to more schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth area now that we are using touring grade lighting visual and sound.”