After the success achieved a few weeks ago in Valencia, the “Love the 90’s” festival landed in Madrid’s IFEMA to delight an audience devoted to hymns and artists they grew up with in the nineties. Held on June 18, the festival was attended by around 33,000 people.

On this special day, where the audience lived again a day in the nineties, the musical performances were distributed in three spectacular stages: Dance Stage, Pop Stage and Beach Stage. National and international artists such as Ann Lee, Robin S, Celtas Cortos, Undrop or Los del Río passed through them.

Thanks to the confidence of Sharemusic, producer of the festival, Fluge Audiovisuales was in charge of supplying the sound, lighting and video equipment for the Dance Stage, the main stage of the nostalgic musical event. As for the human team, Eduardo Valverde was responsible for the stage design and lighting operator, Pablo Gil was in charge of sound and Juanma Lázaro was in charge of operating the D3 video system.

The following is a breakdown of the most important equipment supplied:

Lighting – Equipment Lighting

48 CLAY PAKY MYTHOS 2
8 ROBE BMFL WASHBEAM
18 MARTIN MAC QUANTUM WASH
48 CAMEO ZENIT W600
48 ACC – ZENIT W600 SNAPMAG
2 DL LIGHTING STARCOLOR
30 LED BAR – CAMEO PIXBAR 600
4 ROBERT JULIAT MERLIN 2500

Lighting – Control and Dimming

2 CONSOLE – MA GRAND MA3 FULL SIZE

Sound – P.A. System

28 d&b J8
4 d&b J12
18 d&b J-SUB Subwoofer

Sound – Frontfill

12 d&b Q-1

Video:
1 screen of 4.5 x 4 mts and 5.2 mm pitch.
2 side screens of 8 x 4 mts and 6.94 mm of pitch
2 screens of 5.5 x 5 meters and 4.81 mm of pitch
4 screens of 9 x 2 meters and 4.81 mm of pitch
1 screen of 11 x 2 meters and 4.81 mm of pitch