The VIO Series technology assists the OLTRE Festival and the Sequoie Music Park 2021 in Bologna, Italy thanks to the new live music festival projects by Unipol Arena .
VIO L212 is the system chosen as main for the PA that gives audio diffusion to the initiative that overwhelms the immense Parco delle Caserme rosse, the city's green lung and magnet attraction for the great music that is going to touch the Po Valley city in this summer 2021.
The audio project entirely realized with the VIO technology involves:
Main: 24 VIO L212 + 18 VIO S218
Front fill: 5 VIO L208
Side fill stage: 2 VIO S118R + 3 VIO L208 per side
Monitors: 10 VIO W15T
Drum fill: 1 VIO S118R + 1 VIO C15
The invisible doors of the Bolognese green open up with OLTRE Festival 2021, an initiative born from the spirit of countertrend with the clear intention of becoming the dominant trend; so, at the end of June, we’ll go beyond differences, beyond any kind of inequality and separatism, such as that of musical genres, which are all welcomed here in their uniqueness to enhance different styles and inspirations.
In addition, the VIO Series PA will also be the sound system of a second kermesse that will take place in the same venue in July: Sequoie Music Park is officially ready to start as a festival dedicated to music and all forms of entertainment, an exciting reference point for national and international musical excellences, a touring project of the highest level that will bring art and culture back to the forefront of urban lifestyle. Music will be at the center of the program, with a lineup of renowned artists and chart-topping masterpieces, confirming Bologna's central role in the Italian music scene.
In addition to the concert arena, the brand new Sequoie Music Park will feature an area dedicated to food, sports, and entertainment in all its diverse forms, transforming these suggestive suburban spaces into one of the hotspots of the summer cultural proposal. Sequoie Music Park is also an invitation to green consciousness: the initiative is plastic-free and highlights particular attention to environmental sustainability and the resources of the planet.
The line-ups involve artists like Frah Quintale, Max Pezzali, Francesca Michielin, Emma, Willie Peyote, Francesco de Gregori, and many more.