The Great Estate, a boutique festival celebrating music, food and drink from across the globe, will return to Cornwall between 31st May – 1st June. It has announced partnership with Blitz, a GES company, to provide projection mapping at this year’s festival.
Held annually on the grounds of Scorrier House, The Great Estate Festival is now in its third year and attracts over 7,000 visitors per day. The 2019 event will feature major international headline acts and what organisers call a ‘rambunctious mix of comedy, theatre, music and the arts.’ Headliners for this year’s festival include The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, James, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly.
Lumatec Visuals, specialists in projection mapping and stage design will be delivering projection mapping element of the festival with BARCO 3-chip 32,000 lumen projector supplied by AV and event production company Blitz, who are celebrating their 30-year anniversary.
Ben Hall, event promoter, from The Great Estate commented: “The Great Estate has become the most rambunctious garden fete and as organisers we want to create a memorable experience for the thousands of visitors. We know that working with specialists such as Blitz and Lumatec, our visitors will be treated to spectacular visuals and effects.”
Tom Chaney, head of video at Blitz commented: “We are thrilled to be partof this year’s The Great Estate festival. Lumatec are true specialists in projection mapping, so it’s great be working in partnership with them to provide an amazing show for the festival.”
Simon Carter, owner, Lumatec Visuals added: “We are pleased to be working with The Great Estate Festival this year. It’s a superb event full of creativity, and it really gives us a chance to showcase our projection mapping and invite some special guests to add to the Cornish art scene, and of course, working with industry experts such as Blitz just adds to our offering.”