Republic NOLA occupies a spacious warehouse that has served many purposes throughout its 150-year history. Republic NOLA caters to a diverse, interesting, and eclectic audience who enjoy music, cocktails, and entertainment of all kinds. The venue just recently completed a major refurbishment and, to ensure the best possible sound for their guests, a new loudspeaker system drawn from the Aero Series 2, Action, Artec, and Vantec catalogs of Valencia, Spain-based DAS Audio was placed into service.
DAS Audio professional sound systems were back for yet another year of rocking music at the 2016 Viña Rock Native Art Festival, held annually in Villarrobledo, Albacete. This year, a record-breaking 200,000 fans descended upon the festivals 10 stages over the three-day event to see a spectacular line-up of over 140 artists perform live.
DAS Audio’s state-of-the-art Sound Force systems recently made their Spanish debut at Disco Ícaro in Conil de la Frontera. The much-anticipated relaunch of this hotspot on the Cadiz coast included revamped décor, lighting, video and sound, the perfect fit for DAS Audio’s Sound Force range, designed for high-end venues like Disco Ícaro where powerful sound and a striking visual design are a must.
Empire Music Festival, Guatemala’s biggest electronic and alternative music celebration, recently completed its two-day run in Guatemala City. Over 15,000 festival-goers descended on the four stages set up at Finca El Jocotillo to see performances by a wide range of artists, which ran the gamut from Incubus, Zedd, and Café Tacuba to Skrillex and Paul Van Dyk. Artists and fans alike enjoyed superb sound provided by a robust professional sound system drawn from DAS Audio’s Aero Series 2 catalog.
DAS Audio’s state-of-the-art Sound Force systems, designed for today’s high-level dance venues, recently made their European debut at City Beats in Salzburg. Located in the historical and freshly renovated Sternbräu building, City Beats is one of the Austrian city’s trendiest club, drawing in the crowds looking for a unique place to dance the night away.
David Adeleke, better known as Davido, recently landed in Niger’s capital city of Niamey to bring down the house with a combination of some of the world’s best afropop and a flawless performance by DAS Audio professional sound systems. Fans descended on the Stade Général Seyni Kountché, the city’s largest stadium, to see the artist perform live in a concert organized by the charity “Ased Bonza” with help from a number of big-name sponsors, including telephone and internet provider Orange Niger.