The tour featured a high-gloss mainstage, with a downstage monitor shelf, a thrust with two scenic painted stairs, an Austrian curtain and a custom RGB LED scenic edge trim.
13 video flippers were integrated into the main stage to provide a complex, moving LED display. The panels move independently from one another with wave-like fluidity; at any angle and up to ninety degrees in four seconds.
The central panel was fitted with an actuated counter rake platform at the top, to create a performance platform for the artist.
TAIT’s Navigator Control System was used to map the movement of the flippers and output data directly to the video controller, allowing the show’s video content to automatically adjust depending on the placement of the flippers.
13 video flippers were integrated into the main stage to provide a complex, moving LED display.