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Major events are no longer complete without a drone show

What guides a person when he chooses to go to any event or not? Everyone has their motivation, but it’s safe to say that a person attends an event to catch positive emotions, among other reasons, like “see your idol”, “meet new people”, “cheer for your favorite team”, “listen to music live " etc. In today's world, which is saturated with new technologies, and offers in the entertainment market, in a world in which event conceptualists compete with each other in creative and innovative approaches, it is more and more difficult to surprise a person!
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February 7, 2023
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Suppose we imagine that there are so-called eras in the approaches to organizing events. In that case, one can easily distinguish several bright, successful ones, such as, for example, the "Fireworks Era", when it was rare to see an event in which the sky would not be illuminated by pyrotechnics. Or, let's say, the “Era of Light Installations”, which for many years was used as a priority at major events. You can also highlight eras that are still relevant, like the “Era of Artists” at major events, singers are invited to the openings and closings of major sports, cultural, and even business events.

It is impossible not to notice that in the last few years, we can see more and more drone shows at significant events and therefore it can be assumed that the “Era of Drone Shows” has come.

Let's look at some of the interesting drone light shows that have been organized at events where other means of entertaining and inspiring participants could previously be seen.

2023, Grammy Awards

Image source https://content.jwplatform.com/previews/tgAnZn3V.

CBS Surprises L.A. With a Drone Light Show to Promote Sunday’s Grammys Telecast (EXCLUSIVE) by Michael Schneider, www.variety.com. “According to CBS, the 13-minute-long shows feature 400 drones using colorful lights in the night sky to display key lyrics from the Grammy-nominated releases in the album of the year category”.

2022, Super Bowl

A series of drone shows were held as part of the entertainment program of Super Bowl 2022. The process of launching the show itself was unique, from the fact that there were three shows in a day, to the fact that a fleet of drones took off from the roof of the well-known Los Angeles Convention Center.

2021, Olympic Games

Video source @Reuters. At the Tokyo Olympics, the drone show was accompanied by performances of Angélique Kidjo, Alejandro Sanz, John Legend, Keith Urban, and the Suginami Children’s Choir bringing all five continents together during the Opening Ceremony.

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