Category Archives: Stage Banners
Festivals and concerts often commission NorthCoast Banners to create stage banners. Learn about the issues involving sound transmission and stage banners, as well as some case studies of our banners in action.
“The banner was a hit,” says Drew Celestino, of Omni Comics.
Last week, we popped up in the podcast-sphere for a quick mention, just to let all you podcast people know all about the plastic roll banner goodness!
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 →
Aetiology is a psychedelic groove rock band from Chicago who recently received a big surprise in the form of a stage backdrop from NorthCoast Banners. Continue reading →