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Porta-Stage pic from over the summer


Dr. Ellwood

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Some of you guys where interested in the porta-stages we where running over the spring and summer, this was the last one we got by Stage-Lite, the guys had canvas windbreak and sun shades hung, it was just about all rigged here, crew on the right taking a break:

 

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b48/ellwood1/Leescrewonsite.jpg

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Sweet! You got the extensions and everything!

 

Hey, you should look into "The Sound Of Music" festival here in Burlington. It's one of the top, local music festivals in Canada, drawing folks from across the country and bringing in some pretty big names. They are always setting up temporary stages for local bands to play on around the downtown core. I'm sure they would be receptive to the idea of getting someone who can set up and run the stage.

 

http://www.soundofmusic.on.ca/

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I will check that Craig and thanks, for next year there are not allot of open dates left even now! Yes the extensions are used usually with the other stages, and are higher, we brought in the higher extensions and had lower supports installed so that now we can run really adjustable heights on both styles of stages this one is a bit lower than the other ones,notice that B3 stage left, that is one heavy bugger but no problem. In this case the extensions where used mostly to pre-stage other acts and the side curtains helped keep the attention on the band that was on stage instead of the activitys off to the side.
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WOW...that is really nice! :)

 

Our Porta-Stage usually consisted of a flat bed trailer with a Miller or Budweiser banner covering the bottom front. :D

 

Here you go.

Here's a highfalutin' stage. :D

 

http://www.utility-trailer.com/siteart/tautliner.jpg

 

Randy

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WOW...that is really nice! :)

 

Our Porta-Stage usually consisted of a flat bed trailer with a Miller or Budweiser banner covering the bottom front. :D

 

Here you go.

Here's a highfalutin' stage. :D

 

http://www.utility-trailer.com/siteart/tautliner.jpg

 

Randy

 

Hay you want to sell that!!! ???

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