2017 Summer Ball Park Concerts
This summer, PBTV was on the road supporting musical acts playing at ballparks and stadiums around the U.S. With equipment in both Delaware and Los Angeles, PBTV can supply LED screens anywhere and anytime. For all of these summer concerts, we supplied our upgraded digiLED MK7 7mm LED modules for high resolution IMAG screens. PBTV is more than happy to work with promoters and enhance the IMAG and video content on tours when they perform in major markets for clients.
On June 10, we were at Folsom Field, the home of the University of Colorado’s Buffalos football team in support of The Dead & Company’s show. We provided two side screens for the larger stadium show for the band made up of former Grateful Dead members. The screens measured 30’ high x 20’ wide. On June 24th, PBTV went to New York City’s Citi Field, again to support the Dead & Company with these two side screens for IMAG.
July found PBTV in Boston at Fenway Park for two shows over two nights. The first was in support of Florida Georgia Line on July 7 and back again the next night in support of New Kids On The Block’s The Total Package tour with guests Paula Abdul and Boyz II Men. The two side screens for these two shows measured 30’ high x 20’ wide and one center screen that was 47’ high x 24.5’ wide.
The next week, PBTV was closer to home working at the Nationals’ ballpark in Washington, D.C. for two nights. On July 12, we supported a show for a corporate client with headliner Carrie Underwood. There were two side screens, 12’ high x 20’ wide coupled with five onstage screens of MK7 7mm digiLED modules. For the July 14 show featuring James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt, PBTV supplied the two 12’ high x 20’ wide side screens.
On July 29, PBTV made a return trip to Colorado, this time to play on Coors Field supporting the Zac Brown Band. For this show, PBTV supplied 630 panels of its newly renovated digiLED MK7 7mm product for two side screens that measured 24’ high x34’ wide.
“We were happy to be able to support our clients when they needed to expand their visual connection with their audiences when their tours took them into ballparks and stadiums,” comments, PBTV Vice President, Guy Benjamin. “Our upgraded 7mm digiLED product fit the bill perfectly and gave their audiences an up-close view of these bands. We also have a wide range of resolutions and screen products to fit almost any client needs as they arise.”