With less than 24hrs notice, we produced a full iMag show for this sold-out Foster the People concert.
Backstage @ FOH Switching the Show
Around 6:30pm on Monday, June 25th, we got a telephone call about a Foster the People concert coming to Seattle. We were asked to provide a live camera crew, director, and full video gear package with projectors, processing, and so forth.
One catch: the show was the following day, Tuesday June 26th. It’s hard to resist a challenge, so we sprung into action, and by noon the next day had most of the video gear in the venue and setup+, and were line-checked and ready to rock well before doors.
We had a great time working with Foster the People and making the show happen with only a day’s notice! Making it all possible were technical director James Ball, camera operators Mike Astle and Brad Nelson, and director/producer Jacob Stone. Big thanks to photographer David Conger for letting us repost some of his great shots from the event.
Foster the People pumped it up at WaMu Theater
Foster the People, featuring lead vocalist Mark Foster, whipped concertgoers into a dancing and singing frenzy Tuesday at Seattle's WaMu Theater. Share story Concert Review | If Foster the People wasn't still so massively popular, the L.A. indie-pop trio might have been dismissed as a one-hit wonder months ago.