Blog Post
Oct 3

Is Your Start/Finish Line Structure Safe?

At Event Tech, we use tools developed in conjunction with Clark Reder, the entertainment industry's premier engineers, to know how our structures will perform.

full story
Blog Post
Sep 26

For more than a decade Event Tech relied on the Shure UHF-R series for all wireless microphone applications. We recently turned over our inventory, selling off all the old gear and buying new Shure ULX-D Digital Wireless systems.

Blog Post
Sep 15

Overseeing hundreds of shows from concept through execution has prepared BJ Brown for his new role as Account Executive at Event Tech.

Jun 14

For many years we've used the terms lectern and podium interchangeably but if we want to get technical (have you met us?) the reading desk with a slanted top where you put your speech is a called a lectern.

Blog Post
May 27

Does your meeting planner know that when you use in-house AV services, part of your budget goes right back into the hotel's pocket?

Blog Post
May 14

Accessibility and ADA compliance is always an issue when we design stages and structures for special events. A wheelchair ramp made from our Staging Dimensions stage decks is one option, but when space or time is limited, our portable wheelchair lift provides the best way to access the stage.

Blog Post
Apr 4

As a starting point for the planning of your next walk or race, we offer two basic equipment packages. Call us to customize a solution for your event.

Close