|• Touring stage||• DJ Towers|
|• Industrial look scenic paint||• 175 + foot scale|
The BASSCON Stage at Insomniac's Electric Daisy Carnival built by Great Lakes Scenic Studios was home to the world's largest electronic music festival.
Over 300,000 euphoric fans gathered for the 2013 Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, NV for what has become the world's largest electronic music festival. Spread out over a June long weekend, the festival of sound, colour and light has grown into an epic multistage production that brings the best of electronic musical talent from the far reaches of the globe together for a 72 hour experience like no other.
A key part of that experience was the BASSCON stage, which showcased the edgier and harder genres of dance music popular today. The stage was reminiscent of a post-apocalyptic industrial age, complete with a giant gas-mask wearing figure lording over the proceedings. Stretching over 175 feet long and hitting heights of 55 feet, the music stage utilized all the experience of our team here at Great Lakes Scenic Studios. This was one of those sweet projects that was as much fun as it was challenging to build. With a shortened manufacturing time frame, our crew all pulled together building a stage that both the client and fans alike adored. Scenic treatments highlighted the edginess of the music played and the two went hand-in-hand to create a truly memorable festival experience.
You can find out more about this stage, including some great photos, at their dedicated Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/bassconmassive. For details about the Electric Daisy Carnival experience in general, check out the organizer's main website here: http://electricdaisycarnival.com/.