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Returning to Malaysia for the first time in 10 years, US rock band Daughtry recently played a sold out show at prestigious Kuala Lumpur venue KL Live.
Drawing more than 30,000 people to the beautiful surroundings of Schiffenberg Abbey in the central German town of Giessen, the Giessener Kultursommer festival recently returned for its fourth and largest outing to date.
Cologne’s renowned Lanxess Arena hosted a global gathering of pro audio luminaries on August 28th, when TW AUDiO took over the prestigious venue for A Day with VERA20.
As one of Spain’s most popular bands, La Raiz deliver a brutally energetic infusion of rock, ska, and hip hop that both thrills audiences and challenges loudspeaker systems in equal measure.
With anticipation running high, the four-piece band left fans thrilled with a signature blend of funk rhythms and unforgettable melodies, all played through a powerful TW AUDiO VERA36 sound reinforcement solution.
Newark on Trent, UK – July 2018... Rising UK based production company ASYS Events recently celebrated an extraordinary two years of growth by fielding a substantial TW AUDiO VERA36 sound reinforcement system for the seventh annual Newark Festival.
TW AUDiO performs well under extreme weather conditions at NEX Music Festival with Above & Beyond.
New nightclub style Khaleeji catches the imagination of Emiratis across the UAE.
International superstar DJ Armin Van Buuren recently thrilled a record-breaking audience in Ho Chi Minh City, beginning the Asian leg of his acclaimed world tour with a sold out headline performance.
VERA36 reaches new heights on Jebel Jais Mountain in Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates.
Few of the world’s nightclubs boast the prestige, historical pedigree or sheer superstar power of Jimmy*z Monte-Carlo, one of the world’s first great nightclubs. Gérard Giraudon, director of French system integrator Colorsonic was in charge of the sound, light and video design.
A special event to commemorate on of Germany's famous son, Martin Luther and his leadership of the Reformation in 1517.