Robe lights up Budapest Park

Peter Pálocska from rental company Lajter Light designed the production lighting scheme
Robe Lighting
Credits: Marton Nagy


Hungarian alt-rock band Vad Fruttik (Wild Fruits) headlined a special concert to celebrate the 8th season opening of Budapest Park, one of the largest outdoor venues in Europe.

Lighting designer Peter Pálocska from rental company Lajter Light – also based in the Hungarian capital – designed a production lighting scheme to ensure the band and their 8,500 fans rocking up for the show enjoyed a memorable night out.

Part of styling was a back wall of 72 x Robe Spiider LED wash beam fixtures.

Pálocska has worked for the band for eight years after initially introducing himself after a show he’d attended because he was into their music.

With no onstage video elements, all the emphasis was on lighting for visual effects and the Spiiders effectively created a large-scale low-resolution pixel surface upstage that was completely different in texture and appearance.

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