Project Description

NATHY PELUSO FINISHES HER ‘CALAMBRE TOUR’ IN MADRID

“El Último Calambre”, is the name of the last show of the “Calambre Tour” that Nathy Peluso has offered at the WiZink Center in Madrid.  With an incredible scenography and staging, last Saturday, December 10, the Argentine artist performed the songs that make up the third compilation of  Calambre in a completely unforgettable concert.

The spectacular Nathy Peluso in “El Último Calambre” in the capital

Energetic, smiling and grateful, these are the three adjectives that best describe the unclassifiable singer during all the performances offered during her tour.  The fact is that Calambre has reaped numerous successes since its launch two years ago, seeing itself reflected in the immensity of concerts that the singer has given all over the world.  Specifically, this last show in Madrid radiated a very special aura from beginning to end, with an emotional Nathy and an audience delivered to the rhythm of the artist’s songs.

Nathy Peluso during the performance of her session with Bizarrap

Thanks to Line Of Blue’s trust, producer of the tour, Fluge Audiovisuales has been in charge of supplying the sound, lighting and video equipment for the tour.  For “El Último Calambre” part of the equipment that Fluge Audiovisuales has installed in the WiZink Center has been used, specifically the PA, as well as equipment that was used during “Calambre Tour”.

Nathy Peluso dazzles at the WiZink Center with “El Último Calambre”

Here’s a breakdown of the most highlighted equipment  used in the show at the WiZink Center:

LIGHTING – LIGHTING EQUIPMENT

52 ROBE MEGAPOINTE
30 TARRANTULA ROBE
4 ROBE BMFL SPOT
6 ROBE CYCLONE
28 ROBE SPIDER
34 SGM Q8
20 LPG JDC1
2 ROBE ROBOSPOT
2 ROBERT JULIAT LANCELOT

LIGHTING – CONTROL AND REGULATION

1 GRAND MA3 FULL SIZE

SOUND – FOH CONTROL AND MONITORS

2 DIGICO SD10 iCore2

VIDEO

1 Screen of 14 x 9 meters and 6.94 mm pitch
2 Screens of 5.5 x 7 meters and 6.94 mm pitch
Production control composed of 4 Panasonic 4K cameras

Old cinema on the “Calambre Tour” screens