Pristine Moods have delivered once again, this time for The Sacred Heart Music Festival, coordinated by U-PARTY and held on the 24th September 2015.  The fundraising event is held every Heritage Day at the school grounds, and is attended by more than 3000 people.

In its second year now, the event called for a professional outdoor jazz festival setup to host some of the country’s top jazz talent, including Paul Hanmer, Louis Mhlanga, Sipho “Hotstix” Mabuse, Simphiwe Dana and Judith Sephuma.  Iconic DJ’s Euphonik and DJ Fresh entertained the crowds once the bands had done their part.

With such a caliber of performances, a top line technical equipment provider was an absolute necessity.  Pristine Moods Productions effortlessly supplied a full turnkey package consisting of:

  • Prolyte Arc Roof structure and trussing
  • Colombus Mckinnon rigging motors
  • Shure and Sennheiser microphones,
  • Yamaha LS9-32 Sound Desk for Monitor Control
  • Allen & Heath GLD80 Sound Desk at FOH
  • Allen & Heath AR0804 Stage Box Extenders x 2
  • Martin By Harman lighting fixtures
    – Martin Mac101’s x 16
    – Martin Mac250 Kryptons x 4
    – VersaLight LED Parcans x 16
    – RUSH MH3 Beams
  • All lighting was programmed and controlled by the Martin M2PC Lighting Desk.
  • Pioneer DJM900NXS & CDJ2000NXS Console
  • 6 x Audio Geometry Double 18”Bass Bins
  • 8 x Audio Geometry Single 12” Monitors
  • 2 x Dynacord SL range amp racks for the monitors
  • and 4 a side dual 10” DAS Audio line array.

‘When you’re producing an event of this scale and caliber, it’s critical that the entire crew are on top form,” says Lior Manelis, Director of Pristine Moods.  “This attitude is something we take into every production, and even our smaller scale events are executed to the same precision.  It’s what makes our productions as successful, efficient and world-class as they are, and it’s something we hope to never lose in our execution.”