Motor Stage Automation (MSA) is a company that loves challenges!
So Christian Vigsø and his team were delighted to be asked to design a bespoke flying runway solution for a recent massive show by popular Danish hip hop phenom Suspekt, for their only live appearance this year – at Parken stadium in Copenhagen.
In the process, MSA devised a new modular quick assembly touring product – M:CAT – which is now available exclusively from MSA, a fresh and innovative Danish enterprise working internationally and specialising in the art of designing and delivering stage and show automation and movement elements.
Christian was initially approached by Suspekt’s lighting designer and set designer Johnny Thinggaard and their production manager and show director Jonas Friis, who wanted a flying 45 metre walkway to enable the band to traverse between the Main and B stages throughout the carefully choreographed performance.
They also wanted to stage a cool ‘surprise’ opening with the band on the B-stage in the middle of their fans – with the runway nowhere in sight, and no obvious route for them to get to the main stage!
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