Look What We Did Last Weekend…

It was a busy weekend for the Fonix team last weekend. The Fonix crew were out in force around the country providing LED Screens and audio-visual equipment for some of the UK’s biggest events.


RIAT – Royal International Air Tattoo


The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) is the world’s largest military air show, held annually at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire. The event is in support of The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust. The show typically attracts a total of 150,000 to 160,000 spectators over the course of a weekend. Fonix  supplied a 22 square metre mobile LED screen along with audio equipment hire.




Battle Proms


The Battle Proms are exciting yet informal open air picnic concerts, set in the grounds of some of the UK’s most celebrated stately homes. The concerts include the collaboration of stunningly choreographed aerial displays, thunderous cannon fire, dramatic cavalry displays and fantastic fireworks. The Fonix team set up a 22 square metre mobile LED screen for last weekends Burghley House Lincolnshire event as well as supplying a vMix go Plus (8 i/p) system and additional audio-visual equipment for the event.




RPM Sky Ride Manchester


This year was the last year of the RPM Sky Ride Manchester, where thousands of cyclists took to the streets of Manchester for an unforgettable traffic-free ride through the city. Fonix supplied audio visual equipment for the event including a 16 square metre mobile LED screen along with a vMix operation system and audio equipment. Fonix also deployed a cameraman so the event could be caught live on camera and streamed live to social media platforms.




British 10K


Last weekend the streets of London was lined with tens of thousands of spectators as the British 10K took place. The race started at Hyde Park corner, where runners made their way past huge crowds and London’s famous landmarks including the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Following the Embankment, runners took a left into Temple Place, where they followed the length of Temple Place before making a wide turn back onto the Embankment westbound for almost 2km before turning left onto Westminster Bridge.

Fonix deployed a camera crew and a LED technician to set up a 22 square metered screen. The large LED screen provided a live and up to date clear view of the event for all spectators to see.




Woking Party in the Park

Woking Park once again felt the force of celebration as it hosted one big birthday bash in honour of  author H.G. Wells. The Fonix crew were deployed to erect a large outdoor 6mm LED screen for the event to show to stream live performances from Wimbledon and showcasing the people’s choice of sci-fi blockbuster.