PROJECT INFO
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    BBC Music Glastonbury

    Stage Design
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BBC Music Glastonbury

Stage Design

The Halo Group provided stage design services to Music BBC at Glastonbury festival in 2015. Each year we create a new design for the broadcaster. This project has become one of our favourite events in our yearly calendar.

In 2015, the now iconic BBC Music Teepee returned to Glastonbury with a fresh creative direction courtesy of The Halo Group and our multi-award winning production team. The teepee formed the focal point for BBC Music’s radio & online coverage at the festival and also featured acoustic performances from headline artists appearing at the event across the week.

Halo services provided...

Stage Design

The Brief

Following on from our previous highly successful delivery at the 2014 event, our brief this year was to create another backdrop and stage design for BBC Music with even more colour and texture than ever before. The BBC Music Tepee has become one of the most recognisable features at Glastonbury festival due to the broadcasters huge social media presence. Youtube views alone massively increase the size of the audience so one of our key considerations when creating their stage design each year is how it will look on camera. Answering this part of the brief was paramount.

Stage Design

The Solution

To achieve the end result we incorporated a printed light reflective Samba backdrop which was backlit to make it stand out on camera. A pagoda style frame was constructed in place of traditional truss work to house further lighting and to suspend a variety of production features. We chose to dress the stage in a selection of real foliage and floral detail to bring our design to life and to add further colour and texture in line with the brief.

Stage Design