Easter Outdoor Venues & Live Events

Easter Outdoor Venues & Live EventsSunday, April 5th, 2015 will be the day that everyone knows as Easter Sunday. Depending on what they day means to you, can depend on what activities you might engage in. Those of Christian faith believe it is the oldest and most important festival of the church, in which they celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Easter is a great time to get your church’s congregation together; family, friends and those who want to celebrate, all in one spot to be together on the day that Christ rose up from the grave. You can even bring several churches together from across other towns, cities, and around the state. Make a week of it or just a few days, but the general idea is to get the message across to the masses. But how can you pull the event off so that it’s high-class, and not too gaudy, giving everyone the ability to hear the mass?

Outdoor Event Solutions

You want a place where you can get the most out of your space; this could be a parking lot or a park, even a stadium. The audience might come from far and wide and you want to be able to accommodate all needs. An event of this type of magnitude, where it only happens once a year, needs to be done right.

The average Easter outdoor event will need to include:

And more! There are many moving parts to a successful live outdoor event. The idea is to get it done right and to make the people who attend, comfortable. This goes doubly on a holy day like Easter. You want to be able to put trust into the hands of a company that can help sell, rent and install all the equipment you’ll need.Easter Outdoor Venues & Live Events

Trust in the professional event planners at Studio 33. Studio 33’s success in the live entertainment industry derives from the ability to see any event from the promoter’s perspective. The philosophy is, “Anyone can bring lights and audio, WE bring professionalism and experience.” For more information on setting up your outdoor Easter event, contact the experts at Studio 33 today!

 

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