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At Justin Bieber’s recent Purpose concert at Lima’s National Stadium in Peru, 60 fixtures from CHAUVET Professional illuminated all 20-plus songs from the pop star for the crowd of 30,000 fans.

Cory FitzGerald designed the lightshow for this stop of the Purpose tour, and used 60 CHAUVET Professional Maverick MK1 Hybrid moving heads, supplied by DBLUX-SAC, to provide audio, lighting, and video for the concert.

Andrés Cuadros, who co-owns the company with Guillermo Riera, knew the fixtures would be powerful enough to cut through atmospheric effects, video walls and ambient light in the venue.

 “This is a true hybrid, so it really gives us three fixtures in one,” he said. “We used it as a spot, a beam and wash. Things like the overlapping prisms and the gobos give us the ability to create a lot of different looks. Since the Maverick MK1 Hybrid is so versatile and powerful, we will be using it on other projects like a Bryan Adams concert and many more, like a theatrical show with 60 of the Mavericks at the Church of San Francisco.”

At the Lima concert, the Maverick MK1 Hybrid fixtures were placed on angled truss structures to the left and right of the stage, as well as on towers and used for audience lighting.

“Everyone was moved by the lighting,” said Cuadros. “There were strong visual impressions created on the stage and by the audience lighting. This was a big event in Lima, and the lighting helped to make it more special.”


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