Europe’s largest folk music festival celebrated another successful year with Adam Hall Group’s Gravity stands being an essential part of the festival. The Danish Festival has been one of the most important folk music events since the mid ’70s. With summer temperatures, more than 11,000 music fans from across Europe enjoyed shows by the folk and Americana music scene’s elite. These included top acts such as The Avett Brothers, Jason Isbell, The Blind Boys of Alabama and Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal.
Ashley Cooke, Production Manager and responsible for Tønder Festival’s lighting and sound production, relied on the Adam Hall Group’s new brand for the first time and was very enthusiastic about the outcome. Cooke commented: “We are very satisfied with the Gravity stands. They are very light, but nonetheless stable. The musicians thought they were great with their good feel and look and because – thanks to the clamps – they can be quickly and easily adjusted. This was exceptionally well received.” Additionally, Cooke is convinced by the G-Rings: “The colour code system is really great. You can personalise the stands and the man at the monitor immediately knows which stand belongs to which microphone.”
Cooke concluded by stating that the Gravity stands will be deployed again as the smaller live shows the festivals organisers put on outside of the festival season and then once again when next years event comes around.