TMB and Main Light team up to support Ukrainian fundraising effort

Photo: The U-Park Festival in Kyiv, Ukraine July 2016 at the Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex (NSC) as tensions with Russia erupted. The festival featured many artists, including Muse, Hurts, Poets of the Fall, My Vitriol, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Ongoing conflict has brought the Ukrainian entertainment industry to a standstill, and Zinteco’s operations have been severely impacted.

TMB has collaborated with Main Light to make some of Zinteco’s Solaris Flare Q+ fixtures available to cross-rent in the U.S. market. 100% of the rental revenue generated will pass on to Zinteco, whose principals, good friends of TMB for many years, still live in Kyiv and whose time is now 100% devoted to supporting Ukrainian refugees and defence efforts.

Events like the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert, supported by Zinteco in Kyiv prior to the war, serve as reminders of the vibrant entertainment scene that Ukraine possessed and highlights the importance of preserving and supporting it, especially during challenging times.

Renting out Zinteco’s Solaris Flare Q+ lights not only provides practical support for Zinteco but also sends a powerful message of support for the Ukrainian people.