JSA Europe has built a Big stage for the Main Festival in the Baltics.
July 16-17 in Salacgriva (Latvia) the Positivus festival was held – the largest musical event of the summer season in the Baltic countries and one of the most interesting events in Eastern Europe.
This young festival of music, which won the UK Festival Award in the nomination for “Best Foreign Festival”, promises to bring together more than 30,000 spectators and to please their more than sixty bands performing in various genres of actual music. Headliners will be the leaders of the world charts Muse and Scissor Sisters.
The big stage for Positivus was built by the stagers team JSA. The organizers of the festival suggested JSA Europe take on not only the construction of the main stage of the festival but also the implementation of some of the main technical tasks and production services.
The construction of festival designs for the open-air format requires highly professional skills and experience. It took JSA specialists only three days to mount a Big stage that meets the technical requirements of one of the most powerful and bright modern bands – Muse.
In addition, JSA offered the organizers several successful engineering solutions, which made it possible to optimize the movement of vehicles and visitors – to build a temporary pedestrian bridge across the small river, the passage to the festival grounds. As a result, the capacity of the entrants for visitors has grown substantially, which has made it possible to eliminate automobile congestion and avoid inconvenience to the public.
Alexander Strizhak, President of JSA said:
“We were happy to participate as a staging company in this rapidly growing festival with the good name Positivus. Our specialists have built the main stage with the possibility of a suspension for large loads, where Muse gave the show, as part of The Resistance Tour. And it’s very pleasant for us because this band is our old “acquaintances”, with whom we had a nice experience during their first visit to Russia a lot of years ago.”