Hungary – “The power of our diversity unites us,” screamed the headers emblazoning the Main Stage at Budapest’s fabulous Sziget Festival, which saw another amazing lineup including Martin Garrix, The 1975, Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran among many others thrilling up to 80,000 fans a day for seven days, there and across the other performance stages and activities all over this beautiful island site. Hungary’s magnificent capital again hosted this most-chilled, friendly and dynamic European music festival where the infrastructure is skillfully and seamlessly blended into the natural environment. Robe moving lights on the Main Stage helped keep pace with the demands of an eclectic mix of music and creative presentations, each ‘wowing’ in their own ways. The base Main Stage production / house rig was designed by Mark Kontra from rental company Colossal, who have supplied lighting for this stage of the event for the last several years. Mark headed up a lighting crew of 18, working day and night shifts to ensure that the overnight changeovers happened smoothly, as all the headliners brought in their own productions which had to be integrated ‘undernea...