On September 19, the Wizink Center once again hosted the Coca-Cola event that vibrated to the rhythm of artists such as Aitana or Beret, among others. This year, it was transformed into a streaming event that was followed by more than 250.000 remote users.
At the forefront of lighting, the lighting designer Caco García faced the challenge together with Juan Manuel Lázaro and Miguel Hidalgo as operators; and as design assistant, Javier Lapuerta.
In its design, the robustness and confidence of the GrandMA2 of MA Lighting, distributed in Spain by Stonex. A total of two GrandMA2 Fullsize, a GrandMA2 Light along with a Command Wing and Fader Wing took control of the lighting on stage. All this together with three MA NPUs that configured a complete network system.
For its part, the lighting equipment was completed with the indispensable Sharpy of Claypaky. 40 units that offered, once again, all their power and color on stage. The equipment was supplied by PRG, under the Method production office.
Although the pandemic has prevented this year from being able to attend in person, a total of great artists were the protagonists of a night that, still in streaming, offered 6 hours of light show and live music on the screen.
In Spain, Stonex is the exclusive distributor of Ma Lighting and Claypaky, among other prominent brands. Its commitment to the development of a professionalized sector goes through the offer of relevant training in the systems that predominate in the market today. In addition, its technical service is the choice for many international companies, offering support and maintenance on the products of their distributed brands for life.