07.22.2004 12:00 PM
BBC music festival and concert use DiGiCo consoles

The “Beautiful Night” concert marked the climax of the BBC’s Music Live Festival, with two DiGiCo D5 Live digital mixing consoles as part of Britannia Row’s PA system for the event. The Music Live Festival was an 11-day event, which took place throughout Northern Ireland, April 23-May 3.

Presented by Patrick Kielty, “Beautiful Night” was broadcast on TV, radio and online throughout the UK. It brought the music of Ronan Keating, Gabrielle, Jamie Cullum, Zucchero and Brian Kennedy, as well as Alanis Morissette, Bob Geldof, The Divine Comedy, Katie Melua, Kila and Moya Brennan, alongside unique footage from Ash and Westlife, recorded from a special performance on the Laganside floating stage on April 28 as part of the BBC Music Live Festival.

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