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Fuinneamh festival Main Stage

Bild Structures was lucky enough to get the opportunity to build the main stage at Fuinneamh festival in September this year.

Blending imaginative aesthetic elements and immersive installations with high quality sound and visuals. Fuinneamh  creates a unique experience for people, an experience that almost transcends the event.

Fuinneamh is a truly unique up-and-coming festival, it received recognition from the Irish Festival Awards in 2016 as the ‘best new festival’.

Since then Fuinneamh has come on in leaps and bounds boasting impressive line ups and magnificent stages. It is quickly becoming a household name and has been attracting more and more attention each year. 

We were delighted to help out the festival with our high flying black 9m X 6m stretch. The tent was rigged 5 meters in air to provide adequate coverage for the stage and to facilitate the laser light special effects. The result was a truly mesmerizing. A spectacle that has to be seen to be believed.  

Thanks a bunch to our good friends at Fuinneamh festival hope we can help again. Good luck in September!!

 

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