“ORO VIEJO: BACK TO CHRISTMAS 94”, ONE OF THE GREATEST CHRISTMAS STORIES TO DATE

On December 2, the iconic DJ Nano captivated a crowd of electronic music fans at IFEMA Madrid with his show “Oro Viejo: Regreso a las Navidades del 94”. This event marked the 21st consecutive year that DJ Nano has held his traditional celebration in the Spanish capital, and it did not disappoint in the slightest.

The show was a masterful fusion of two successful concepts: “The Big Show” and “A Christmas Carol.” With two stunning stages and advanced technology, DJ Nano transported viewers to an immersive experience that took their breath away. IFEMA Pavilion 8 was packed with around 16,000 attendees, who witnessed the show from its opening at 9:45 p.m. until dawn, enjoying non-stop music until 6:00 a.m. What made this event truly special was the improved production compared to previous years. The technology used allowed the music and screens to be synchronized in real time, creating an impressive audiovisual experience.

Among the invited artists were notable names such as Marta Sánchez and Carlos Willengton, who surprised the audience with exciting musical collaborations. In addition, DJ Nano emphasized the importance of the year 1994 in electronic music in Madrid, paying an emotional tribute to that golden era. The event was not only a musical spectacle, but also an advanced production that competed with concerts by world-renowned artists such as Beyoncé or Coldplay. DJ Nano highlighted the timelessness of ’90s songs and their continued influence on today’s music, as well as the resurgence of brands and fashion styles from that decade in today’s culture.

Tickets for “Oro Viejo” sold out quickly, underscoring the constant demand for this type of experience in the Spanish music scene. The event was ultimately a journey through the history of electronic music and a celebration of 90s culture that is still relevant in today’s scene. With his resounding success, DJ Nano once again demonstrated his status as an electronic music legend in Spain and left fans eager for what he has in store for the future in terms of audiovisual projects. At a time when electronic music and 90s culture are in full resurgence, DJ Nano continues to be a central figure in the scene.

Thanks to Disorder Events and Planet Events, producers of the show, Fluge Audiovisuales was the full supplier of the lighting, sound and video equipment for this unique experience. The design and creative direction was carried out by Enrique Jiménez (Fluge Audiovisuales), the programming and operation of the video and lighting content was carried out by Gonzalo Crespo and Jorge Jarero, and the creation of visual content by Ibercover and the design department of Fluge Audiovisuales.

Below, we break down the most notable audiovisual material of the event:

SOUND – P.A. SYSTEM

20 DAYS AUDIO LARA 80

32 DAYS AUDIO LARA-SUB

4 DAYS AUDIO LARA 100

SOUND – FRONTFILL

8 DAYS AUDIO LARA 80

16 DAYS AUDIO SARA 100

SOUND – OUTFILL

12 DAYS AUDIO LARA 80

4 DAYS AUDIO LARA 100

SOUND – DELAY

16 DAYS AUDIO LARA 80

8 DAY AUDIO LARA-SUB

SOUND – FOH CONTROL

1 DIGICO SD10

LIGHTNING

36 ROBE POINTE

62 ROBE MEGAPOINTE

10 ROBE SPIIDER LED WASH

24 ROBE BMFL SPOT

10 MARTIN ERA 800 PERFORMANCE

16 AYRTON EURUS-S SPOT LED PROFILE

4 MARTIN RUSH PAR 2

65 SGM Q8

31 CHAUVET COLOR STRIKE

28 CHAUVET STRIKE ARRAY 2

104 VDO Scepctron 10 / 1m / 10mm PITCH

LIGHTING – CONTROL AND REGULATION

3 GRAND MA3 FULL SIZE

VIDEO – LED SCREENS

2 LED production screens – VIP Zone of 3 x 5 meters and 3.91 mm pitch

2 LED screens of 4 x 6 meters and 6.94 mm pitch

4 LED side banners of 4 x 2 meters and 6.94 mm pitch

1 LED screen of 26 x 6 meters and 6.94 mm pitch

Resolume video server

VIDEO – BROADCASTING

DIRECTIONAL SYSTEM COMPOSED OF THREE PANASONIC AK-HC3500AES HD CAMERAS

1 PANASONIC AW-UE150KEJ 4K Robotic Camera