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Laser show productions with cult character at the Whit market in Angelbachtal, Germany
This year the Pentecostal market took place in Baden-Württemberg Angelbachtal. In this community festival, there are exhibitions, exciting entertainment and always new attractions. On this occasion there was a laser showfrom the company LPS.
The organizers of this year’s Whit market thought about a great event and thus offered varied highlights from 7th – 9th June 2014 for young and old people.
Among other things, also a market for bairgain hunters, a historical exhibition about the first world war, live music for almost everyone as well as various performances amazed the vistors.
Bungee trampoline, ferris wheel, rapid box driving with good mood music as well as childrens´s carousel and desireable stands with sweets let children´s hearts beat heavenly faster.
Colorful and bright was the impressive fireworks and the breathtaking fire dancing show.
Also the known and colourful bright castle park illumination could not be missed at this event.
Thus 40,000 colourful lights lit up around the castle park in Angelbachtal.
Breathtaking colours have lit up the Sunday night sky on 8th of June. Multicoloured, shining laser beams have been danced music synchronously for the stunning laser show.
The company LPS-Lasersysteme from Ofterdingen was commissioned for this extraordinary laser show.
Since 2003 the responsibles of the municipality Angelbachtal trust LPS and its more than 21 years experience, as a balance of a close and successful cooperation.
For already 11 years, the team of LPS-Lasersysteme offers exciting, colorful and individual laser shows for the visitors of the Whit market. This year the German company has used for the projection seven high-end laser show systems with a total of almost 100 Watts laser power from its own rental equipment.
With three varied beam shows, which have been programmed music synchronously, the Whit market area was proverbially covered in a sea of lasers. Each single laser show took the guests for about 15 minutes into a world full of lasers. Additionally graphic shows, like a countdown who announced the remaining time up to the next show, were used during the breaks as a little eye candy.
With the laser show system CompaX – a brand new development from LPS – logos of the contributors have been projected beside the countdown. That were not enough, the regional judo Club presented an exciting and powerful black light performance during the breaks.