Helene Fischer Show 2016-2018

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On two evenings in December 2016, the Helene Fischer Christmas Show was recorded in front of 10,000 spectators.

On a gigantic stage with a length of 70 meters and a depth of 25 meters, almost 50 program items were presented to the audience.

For this purpose, Stage Kinetik GmbH used a lot of technology to realize this show.


Many Movecat SIL3 chain hoists

14 vertically movable projection sails on 28 SIL3 chain hoists which had a load capacity of 500 kilograms and could be moved at a speed of 24m/min were installed in the hall ceiling for this purpose. In addition, there were 10 SIL3 chain hoists with a load capacity of 250 kilograms and a speed of 33m/min to which two vertically movable molleton drapes with a width of 45 meters and a height of 8 meters were attached.

For the lighting design of the show, 12 movable light trusses were installed on 24 SIL3 chain hoists with a load capacity of 500 kilogram and a speed of 24m/min in order to move them vertically.

6 movable rear projection systems with a width of 15.5 meters

An LED wall with a width of 3 meters and a height of 6 meters, which could be moved vertically in order to better present the visual highlights to the audience had also been mounted on 2 SIL3 chain hoists with a load capacity of 1.25 tons. For this purpose, 6 movable rear projections with a width of 15.5 meters and a height of 8 meters were presented to the public and attached to 10 SIL3 500-kilogram chain hoists in order to be vertically moved.

For the main presentation, a 2-part sail had been arranged in a circle with a diameter of 8 meters that was capable to move these sails horizontally up to 200 degrees in a rotunda.

2 stage raisers had a load capacity of up to 10 tons

Of course, the orchestra or various bands had to be introduced and moved accordingly.

For this purpose, 2 Stage Kinetik stage raisers sized 12 meters x 8 meters and 10 meters x 10 meters each were used and moved. They had a travel distance of 30 meters and could carry a weight of up to 10 tons.


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