You have the choice of stages from 30 up to 200 square meters of covered space: fully equipped with sound, light and video technology. That way you can trust us as a reliable partner for your open-air event. We take care of the technical arrangements with your artists, provide, thanks to our great network, fences, wave breakers and tents for wardrobes and backstage areas.
Our experienced team guarantees your event to be carried out smoothly and our team is the calmness itself, even “live on stage”. We keep an eye on everything so that your guests and artists can feel safe all around.
Curved roof contour, 140m² or 200m² area, white foils, transparent or black / silver foil, generous canopy, up to 14m high stage roof and many other options.
The stages of the ArcoStage series are convincing in many disciplines!
High rain reliability, great roof loadings and a wide range of extensions and upgradings can be flexibly adapted to the respective events. But the true strengths of these stages are according to the extraordinary optics. The curved roof gives the stage an appealing appearance and the white, translucent roof and side panels ensure a bright and friendly overall impression. This stage is predestined – especially for events, such as classical concerts!
Professional stage series with sizes of 80-120m² and many advantages, which can normally be found only with significantly larger (and more expensive) stages.
The Quickstage stages are convincing in particular by a very high degree of rain reliability, which is not self-evident for stages of this size. The generous canopy and the covers on all three sides help thereby. Frequently, only gauzes (nets) are used as a cladding for stages of these size and budget classes, and a canopy is rarely found. In addition, the QuickStage also impresses with a great optical stage width of up to 20m and a roof height of 9-12m.
On August 21 and 22, 2021, the first open air of the meetMUSIC concert series took place in the garden of Draiflessen in Mettingen. In a stylish ambience, the great musical diversity of classical chamber music was combined with jazz and pop. The two presenters Marie König and Malte Arkona led through the program. The guitarist Viktor Stryapin, Liv Hansen on her harp, the Svevia Trombone Quartet, the Vision String Quartet, the band HeptaPolka, the duo Peter Fleckenstein and Žilvinas Brazauskas as well as the duo Anouchka & Katharina Hack, who took over the artistic direction for the open air festival meetMUSIC, presented themselves on stage.
L&S provided the sound and lighting equipment for the open air, in addition to the stage including the associated prints. The area was transformed into a stylish ambience by our light installation.
Our sound and lighting technicians took care of the musicians on site on both concert days.
The grey clouds over the L&S QuickStage100 stage are symbolic: already the second summer season no or very few orders for our large stage construction. This L&S department is still firmly caught in the COVID-19 headlock. And even worse: the second apprentice year in a row is just coming into the company, which probably won’t have a chance to build stages and get a taste of festival air this year either because of the Corona restrictions.
So a PLAN B was needed:
Our trainees for event technology from 2020 – Lukas and Patrick and also our trainees Julius and Lasse, who are just starting this year, together with the third year of training – Mathis, Jannis and Anton are currently putting on a small but nice trainee festival at our company headquarters. The two apprentices from our colleagues at P2 Veranstaltungstechnik in Greven, Vinzent and Marcel, are lending a hand. And our trainer Andreas Werthmöller is technically behind the guys for a helping hand – of which, however, not much is needed. All this, of course, with a distance & hygiene concept.
Motto: Learning still works best by doing.
Last weekend, the seven plus two trainees showed how Festival works. Admittedly on a small scale, but with everything that goes with it: stage, PA, lighting, LED screens, backstage, etc..
With a solid hygiene & distance concept as well as the 3G’s (recovered-vaccinated-tested), they went live in front of a small audience on Friday in accordance with the rules.
‘MR. HURLEY & DIE PULVERAFFEN’ were guests with their current album SEEMANNSGRAB. As a hybrid event, the gig was streamed. However, a handful of Pirate fans had the opportunity to win a live ticket from their online ticket and take a seat in front of the stage. https://seemannsgrab.pulveraffen.de/
On Saturday the L&S GARTEN PARTY followed with ‘JONAS EGBERS’, ‘SAD CAPTAIN’, ‘ACOUSTIC STEEL’ and ‘FRANTIC AGE’ as headliners. Finest regional line-up, also arranged and booked by our apprentices. A big THANK YOU to the artists who rocked our little festival and unfortunately only for a tip. You too have been hit by the crisis and we more than appreciate your efforts!
Completely created from A-Z from the planning of our trainees and implemented by them, the festival was more than round.
Chapeau guys! Keep it up!
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Even though, the perfect festival weather is still missing, the first preparations for the summer are already going on. New in the rental pool of L & S is the new two- storey FOH tower with a base area of 6 x 4 m or 4 x 4 m
On April 9, 2016, the iFAN Festival took place in the Kreienbaum-Halle in Warendorf near Münster. This festival premiere is an indoor music festival. The moderation of the evening was taken over by the fashion designer and blogger Victoria van Violence. At 5:00 pm, the party started and among the headliner Prince Pi, there were Kapelle Petra, Radio Havanna, Arising, Itchy Poopzkid, and Abandon Hope around.
L&S supported the organizers with their expertise and offered a full service of stage construction, sound and lighting technology. The preparations lasted a year. The technicians put the different bands into scene as well as they provided the right sound.