Category Archives: Stage Mesh
During a concert or festival performance the sound quality should not be impacted (or should only be minimally impacted) by the banners surrounding the stage. We discuss the optimal mix of material and open space in a stage mesh banner.
Check out Seize The Sun’s new stage scrims. These are 6′ x 6′ and printed on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh.
Check out Aria’s new stage scrims. These are 5′ x 5′ and printed on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh. Continue reading →
Check out this 20ft by 20ft stage scrim we made for the band Company of Thieves. The banner displays the art from their newest album “Running from a Gamble,” which they designed themselves. Continue reading →
The Movement Festival was held in Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit May 28-30 this year. The fest was a sight to behold with a record attendance number of 99,282 people, five different stages, and a lineup that included over 100 DJs from around the world. Continue reading →
The weight of your banner will vary with size and type. Below I’ve outlined the different kinds of vinyl we carry: 13 oz. Vinyl These banners weigh 13 oz. per square yard. For a finished banner (grommets & hems) use … Continue reading →
These are Your Favorite Franchise’s new stage scrims. They are 6′ x 6′ on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh.
These are Collapse of the Empire’s new stage scrims. They are 5′ x 6′ on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh. Continue reading →
These are Judgement’s new stage scrim banners. They are 6′ x 6′ on our 70/30 Vinyl Mesh. Continue reading →
Learn how to assemble a stage stand for your band’s stage banners. Continue reading →
Acoustic transparency is a concept that is related to the loss of acoustic fidelity when sound waves pass through a material such as a stage banner. So what’s the big deal? Many musicians place banners in front of their speakers without considering how the material affects the sound quality including high frequency loss.
Applaud The Impaler ordered some mesh stage banners from NorthCoast Banners and was extremely pleased with the results. Continue reading →