Stage equipment

Stage equipment

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The stage is the most important technical background for every event, every event. Regardless of whether it will be an outdoor event such as a concert or an indoor event such as a performance or a show, it should be as well prepared as possible. It will be the center around which everything will be focused and at the same time will be the showpiece of the entire event. The full equipment of a stage, e.g. a concert stage, consists of at least several dozen elements related to its structure itself, as well as devices that constitute its integral part.

Basic elements of the scene

Such basic structural elements of our stage include, first of all, the platform, which is the part on which the artists and presenters will move. Depending on the type of platforms, they can have adjustable feet or can be of a fixed height. If we have the possibility of adjustment, then we can precisely set the height we want to get from the ground or floor to the stage platform on which the performances will be. Of course, for such a stage we must be able to get in and out of it, so steps will be necessary here, the height of which must also be properly adjusted. It is worth equipping our stage with handrails and barriers to prevent falls. In the case of outdoor scenes, of course, such a scene must have a roof that protects against rain or sun rays. It is also worth equipping yourself with side and rear wind shields for outdoor events.

Lighting and sound

Such an integral part of the stage equipment is its appropriate lighting and sound system. Often, all kinds of devices such as halogen lights, lasers and other lighting elements are just mounted on the side and upper parts of the structure, e.g. roofing. In the event of an event inside the building, it is possible to illuminate the scene from additional sources located on the side walls. However, in the case of outdoor scenes, it is the side and top structures that are the main tripods used to attach the lighting. Of course, a very important element, if not the most important one, e.g. during concerts, is the appropriate sound reinforcement of the stage, which is such a complement to the whole. How much power is to be a given sound system and in what system it is to be placed depends primarily on what kind of event it is. A rock concert will definitely require a completely different reserve of power, and a different performance by folk bands. When it comes to the sound system, it is not only very important to have the right front sound system, i.e. the part where the audience can hear everything and have fun, but it is also important to properly sound the stage inside through all listening monitors. Thanks to this, the artists performing on the stage will also hear well what they say, sing or play. It is extremely important to ensure the appropriate comfort of their work. Additional equipment of the stage are, of course, all kinds of stands, stands and seats. Such a stage luxury are various types of devices such as blowers, which heat up the stage in winter, and ensure its cooling in the summer.

Stage equipment

Advantages of the mobile scene

One of the biggest advantages of the mobile scene is its modularity. We can construct such a scene according to our preferences and needs. And so, if we need a larger scene, we take more elements to construct it, if smaller, we can take less elements. We can transport such a scene without any major problems and set it up in no time. There is also no problem with folding and storing, because we only need a sufficiently sized magazine for such a scene to wait until the next event.


The scene that is the center of the event must be well prepared in all respects. It is obligatory during large outdoor events such as concerts, but it is also very recommended for smaller events organized inside the building. A perfect example of this are fashion shows, where the platforms can be arranged with each other in such a way that they will be an excellent catwalk for the models that present themselves.

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