Justin Timberlake

by PLSN Staff • in
  • January 2019
  • Showtime
• Created: January 14, 2019

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Photo by Ralph Larmann

Lighting Co

Solotech

Video Co

Solotech

Crew

  • LD/Production Designer: Nick Whitehouse/Fireplay
  • Production Designers: Josh Zangen, Brian Buckner/Fireplay
  • Lighting Director: Brian Vaughan
  • Lighting Crew: Vincent Cadieux, Lighting Crew Chief; Gab Foucault-Lemieux, Eric “Frenchy” Belanger, Dimmer Techs; Kevin Chan, Harry O’Neill, Clay Joiner, John Sebastian, Sebastien Vallin, P-O Larocque, Lighting Techs
  • Video Director: Bert Pare
  • Video TD/Programmer: Alex Barratte
  • Video Crew: John Moore, Frederic Fournier, Max Gabriel, Andréanne Lafrance, Zane Moore, Dany Lambert, Quincy Yip, Zach Rossi
  • Bob “Hydro” Mullin: Production Manager
  • Luke Larson: Stage Manager
  • Christine “Mama C” Mullin: Production Coordinator
  • Robert “Bongo” Longo: Technical Director
  • Lasers/FX: StrictlyFX/Justin Seedle; Fireplay/Kelly Sticksel
  • Creative Design: FirePlay
  • Staging/Automation: Tait
  • Automation Engineer: Aaron Levy
  • Carpenters: James “Rawd” van Egmond, Head Carpenter; Gary Doerr, Rob Hagedorn, AJ Haley, Patrick Harbin, Dennis Osborne, Charles Phillips, Tracy van Egmond, Lance Weaver, Eric Williams
  • Riggers: William Williams, Head Rigger; Ken Mitchell, Jeremy Caldwell

Gear

  • 2       grandMA2 full consoles
  • 1       grandMA2 Light
  • 70     Claypaky Scenius Unicos
  • 32     Vari-Lite VL3015 Spots
  • 32     Vari-Lite VL4000 Spots
  • 312  Robe Spikies
  • 130  GLP JDC1 Strobes
  • 4       MDG theONE foggers/hazers
  • 1       Custom Tait logo light system
  • 320’ LED Tape
  • 9       disguise gx2 media servers (2 w/4K inputs)
  • 1       Tait Navigator motion control system
  • 1       LED dance floor
  • 1       MA Lighting dot2 (Pyro/Cryo control)
  • 2       Laser Control Systems w/Pangolin
  • 1       Laser system (3x 30W, 10x 15W, 15x 6W)

Tour Notes:

Justin Timberlake’s 2018 world tour had an auspicious kick-off with Timberlake performing a medley of songs from his fifth album, The Man of the Woods, during the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show on Feb. 4, two days after the album’s release. The tour ran from March 13 to Oct. 22 in North America and Europe, with 76 shows garnering more than $149 million from 1.175 million tickets sold. Timberlake’s tour resumes in early 2019 with 40 more concerts planned in the U.S. and Canada set from Jan. 4 to April 13, 2019.

For more on this tour visit http://plsn.com/featured/featured-slider/nick-whitehouse-lights-justin-timberlakes-man-of-the-woods-tour/

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