Project Description

ROSALÍA’S LONG-AWAITED “MOTOMAMI WORLD TOUR” BEGINS IN ALMERIA

Rosalía’s long-awaited and brand-new tour, “Motomami World Tour”, kicked off last Wednesday, July 6th, at the Almería Fair Concert Hall, where 12,000 attendees were able to witness the overwhelming show that the Catalan has prepared with so much love for the past few months on first-hand.

© Carlos Barba

With a dedicated audience, Rosalía announced the staging of her latest studio work, “Motomami”, which includes hits like Saoko or Chicken Teriyaki. After this first concert in Almería, the artist and her entire team offered four concerts in Andalucia (Seville, Granada and Málaga), to continue with four more concerts in Valencia, Bilbao, A Coruña and Palma de Mallorca; programming double consecutive dates at the WiZink Center in Madrid and the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona. Once the Spain tour is over, the production will go to America to return to Europe on a tour of 16 countries.

© Carlos Barba

Motomami and Live Nation, producers of the international tour, entrusted Fluge Audiovisuales with the supply of sound and video equipment for this impressive tour, in addition to introducing the first Zactrack radio frequency tracking system for light cannons in Spain.

Next, find the breakdown of the most relevant audiovisual equipment supplied:

SOUND – P.A. SYSTEM

32 MEYERSOUND LEO
30 MEYERSOUND 1100-LFC

SOUND – DOWNFILL

6 MEYERSOUND LYON M

SOUND – FRONTFILL

16 MEYERSOUND LEOPARD

SOUND – OUTFILL

12 MEYERSOUND LYON M
16 MEYERSOUND LYON W

SOUND – FOH CONTROL

1 DIGICO QUANTUM 338

SOUND – MONITORS CONTROL

1 DIGICO QUANTUM 338

LIGHTING – LIGHTING EQUIPMENT

2 ROBERT JULIAT LANCELOT 4000

© Juan Benítez

VIDEO:

2 x Pantallas Laterales de 7,5 x 9 metros y 4,8 mm de pitch

VIDEO – PROJECTION

6 PANASONIC PT-RZ31K Proyector Láser 31.000 lms HD

VIDEO – CONTROL AND MEDIA SERVER

1 Sistema Disguise vx4

Artistic director: Ferran Echegaray
Lighting Design: Jesse Blevins
Sound Design: José María Mourin Pérez
D3 programmer: Omar Mohamed Luis

In addition, it´s worth mentioning the work of Juanjo, Daniel and Iñigo as lighting, video and sound team leaders, respectively.