[INFOGRAPHIC] Why Go Mobile?

Depending on the type of event you are planning, mobile staging could be your best solution. A quick setup, small footprint and an impressive rigging capacity for its size make a mobile stage great for small to mid-size concerts and events. But not all events will benefit from a mobile stage, and if not planned out properly, you might find yourself with an autostage that can not hold your production load.

We’ve created a fun info graphic to show some of the pros (and cons) of our fleet of mobile stages. We hope you enjoy it and more importantly share it! For a full breakdown of each stage’s specifications, visit our Autostage web page here. 


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We want your feedback!

We know how intricate, involved and stressful our industry can be. Our staff prides itself on doing everything and anything possible to make our clients’ lives easier through the entire event process. We’ve done thousands of jobs, and are striving to improve each and every day. One thing that helps us to continue to evolve and adapt with our clients’ needs is often overlooked, but very simple – your feedback!

If you’d like to leave us a review on a recent project we have helped you on, visit our profile on the IFEA Event Resource Marketplace and give us your honest feedback. As an added bonus, the IFEA is hosting a contest to win a trip to Hawaii! Simply write a review and your entered in the contest.

Best of luck to everyone with the contest giveaway, but more importantly, thank you for your feedback!

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Our biggest events of the year – UMF, EDC & Lollapalooza

The industry is always changing and evolving, pushing the limits on what is possible. The past few months have been a welcome challenge, with festivals and concerts looking for the most innovative and GIGANTIC staging systems.

Our largest system – The MOUNTAIN TRUSS

For large festivals, a stage with an incredible presence and roof capacity is ideal. Mountain Productions’ Mountain Truss system, developed in 2010, has been built all over the country, and this past year it has been used by some of the largest festivals in the nation.

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