We believe that collaboration, communication, and genuine connection are key to ensuring the success of your event. We've built our reputation by consistently exceeding expectations and are honored to serve a great variety of clients and continue to build on those relationships year after year.
Midway was brought on board by Snowshoe Mountain to provide site-wide distributed audio for the U.C.I. World Cup, a prestigious mountain bike race which was internationally broadcasted to an audience of millions.
We designed and implemented a specialized audio-over-IP network using Dante™ to carry low-latency audio and communications across miles of fiber network cable to our numerous speaker positions, announcer locations, and broadcast control rooms along the race course.
Centered around a concert by Anderson Paak and the Free Nationals, we designed and implemented a turnkey production solution for VT's Boundless Impact
Campaign Kickoff Concert.
In addition to a class-leading PA system, lighting rig, three video walls, IMAG, and spotlight towers, Midway also provided a Stageline SL320 mobile stage with custom loading dock, site-wide crowd control barriers, and generators.
We designed, packaged and operated a large-scale sound system for Wanderlust 108, a touring yoga festival with 20+ events per year in major cities across the United States and Canada.
Each component of the system was hand-picked such that the package could be quickly and easily deployed by our technicians on-site to cover audiences of thousands while fitting into only 8 feet of truck space for transport across the continent. Midway also provided Stageline mobile stages and site power distribution for a number of these events.
Midway developed a large-scale projection mapping solution for Virginia Tech's Institute of Creativity, Arts, and Technology, working in tandem
with their multimedia designers to project content onto Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg.
After undertaking a detailed site survey and projection study, we flew 2 31K Panasonic projectors from scissor lifts to illuminate the 164 foot Colliseum with breathtaking clarity.