Concert Sound & Lighting

Searching for Jacksonville concert sound & lighting? Sight & Sound Productions offers full-service concert production, with experienced and qualified lighting & audio engineers on staff.

We use only state-of-the-art concert equipment by manufacturers such as Midas, Crown, Yamaha, EAW and many more. The flagship of our concert audio inventory is the EV XLC line array series. With 20 cabinets that emit more than 60,000 watts of power, we can provide clear, uninterrupted sound for venues that accommodate anywhere from 3,000 to over 30,000 people.

The XLC line array is specifically designed to perform optimally at all times, even in the most challenging acoustical environments, and is at the top of its class in terms of pattern control and predictability.  With a compact design, the XLC is also easy to transport and install, all while retaining its incredible sound capabilities. Combining our suite of professional conventional and intelligent lighting as well as live video, Sight & Sound Productions is capable of producing concerts that will dazzle and impress.

Sight & Sound Productions has successfully met large-scale audio needs for events such as AT&T’s 2010 Greater Jacksonville Kingfish Tournament. We’ve also produced events such as the Trinity Baptist Church’s 2010 Freedom Fest and Global Cage Fighting at the UNF Arena, which both drew thousands of fans.

Our equipment and expertise has helped make numerous North Florida concerts and festivals a resounding success and we can do the same for you. Contact us today for more information or give us a call at 904-645-7880.

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