Glastonbury 2019

Lasers & SFX for four artists across three stages


Attended by over 200,000 revelers year on year, Glastonbury remains one of the most popular British music festivals. ER Productions was thrilled to be the Laser and SFX supplier of choice for four artists, including two headline acts, over three stages, for the three-day event!


The award-winning MC, Stormzy, headlined the Pyramid Stage on Friday night. He made history by becoming the first black British solo artist to headline this stage, at Glastonbury, so we were delighted to be commissioned to provide a laser show that would bring the wow factor and help to make it memorable. The solution was providing a range of laser fixtures, including 12 BB4, 8 AT-30  (from our brand -new ATOLLA Range) and 1 award-winning Kinekt. We covered the atmospherics by using 8 Viper deluxe and 4 Unique Hazers.

At the same time, over on the Other Stage, we were with psychedelic band, Tame Impala. The set began with us firing multi-coloured confetti from 12 Stadium Blasters over the crowd. We went on to deliver a dazzling laser display using 14  AT-30, 8  AT-20, 10  BB4, 8  Phaenon Pro 30000 laser fixtures.

Saturday night saw us deliver a range of lasers and SFX for headliner, The Chemical Brothers, with 18 award-winning Kinekt laser fixtures, 12 Viper deLuxe, 4 Unique Hazers, 4 Beamburst, 1 Phaenon X Pro 30000 and 1 Tripan.  We also fired 2 Super Blaster XL sending white confetti over the spectators.

Finally, over on the Park Stage, we provided a stunning laser display for English synth-pop band, Hot Chip. The set was lit up using 20  Beamburst, 6  EX15, and 6  Viper deLuxe and 2  Unique Hazers, which achieved the right balance of atmospheric effects.

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How we did it


audience members


laser fixtures


crew members