Blend Visuals and Roland’s Tony Coleman will be providing a hands on workshop on creating and utilising visuals.

Participants will have the chance to try out some of the latest Roland hardware and find out how Tony integrates this into his live setup. The workshop is suitable for beginners and all equipment will be provided.

Blend Visuals

Blend Visuals provides jaw droppin visuals for music events all over the UK. Based in the Midlands, Blend Visuals came into existence through a chance meeting at the Birmingham based multimedia collective, Project X Presents. Since 2011 both Liam d’Authreau & Tony Coleman have been constantly travelling the length and breadth of the country performing live visuals for some of the UK’s most loved promoters and brands.

Providing custom visual content, live video performance and video installation services for nightclubs, promoters, music events and festivals. We combine a huge stock of video suitable for any genre, together with custom content, custom stage design and mapping services to ensure each and every visual performance is in itself, memorable.

We pride ourselves in being able to work alongside promoters to provide stunning visuals for any event no matter what the genre. We have worked regularly with promoters and labels as diverse as Spectrum, Ec-Lectricity, Face, Fantazia, SBTV, Lisa Lashes, Godskitchen, Global Gathering, Halcyon, Breakthru, Bigger than Barry, Leftfoot, Scratch Club, Hospitality, Babylon Sound System, Drop Beats Not Bombs, Capsule (Supersonic fest), House of God, Atomic Jam, The National Drum and Bass Awards, Shambala Fest, Mr Elephant, Bunka & GLAS.
We have performed live, and provided various video setups throughout the UK to specific promoters in various venues. Including The Electric Brixton, Proud2, Gatecrasher, Hammersmith Apollo, Bowlers, Ministry of Sound, Great Suffolk Street Warehouse, The NEC, The Custard Factory Complex, The Rainbow Complex (Birmingham), The 02 Academy (Birmingham), Global Gathering, The Q-Club, The Ballroom (Birmingham), The Glee Club, The Hare and Hounds, and many more.


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