You're probably wondering what the dimensions of band risers and band shells are. After all, you need to make sure that your performers fit on the equipment as your number one priority, with the stage setup as your close second. We agree that it's the first step when purchasing a set. To help out, we have our seated band risers and band shells to help break down the dimensions.
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You're probably wondering what the dimensions of different choir risers are. After all, you need to make sure that your performers fit on the equipment as your number one priority. We agree that it's the first step when purchasing a set. To help out, we have multiple kinds of choir risers, so let me break down the dimensions and options for each.
For our portable staging configurations, we have a fold and roll portable stages that come in a 6'x8' and a 4'x8' top view dimension. Below are the specs and safety features quickly defined for your benefit. We have compiled this information directly from the model manual of our portable stages.
Portable staging is the basis for your performances, rehearsals, and events. An important necessity to your equipment in all facets. When looking for staging equipment, consider the sizes, heights, fold and roll advantages, and the surface of the decks.
What are your options for Seated Choir and Band Risers?Usually the seated choir and band risers are a 3 level system with non-slip deck surfaces to choose from. The decks are 4 feet deep, which allow you to have anywhere from 30 - 95 plus people performing. You can also have railings installed in the back of the third highest level, or you can setup acoustical shells behind the risers for better sound quality. There are interlocking systems underneath for easy configuration. Feel free to watch our
Now that you've chosen your portable stage, now what? I'm pressuming you've picked a stage that is just right for your audience. Now that you've considered the technical side, how do you make the stage have that "wow factor"?
This blog post gave me the inspiration for this post, with many wonderful ideas. The ones I liked are:
- If you can't go up, go wide
- Cover it up
- Skip heavy lighting features