Lana Del Rey live show

Adlib’s George Puttock designed the audio system, which was specified by Joe Harling and Tour Manager Peter Abbott, while Adlib’s Simon Lawson had the role of PA Tech on the now completed UK leg of the tour,  ensuring that Del Rey’s FOH and monitor engineers could achieve the best possible sonic results in a wide variety of venues.

The main PA hangs in their largest configuration were 12 x L-Acoustics K1 per side with three KARA downs, together with side hangs of three L-Acoustics SB18s with 12 KARA underneath.

These were supported by 16 x SB28s subs on the floor – six left, six right and four in the centre – positioned to double up as steps that provided stage entrances and exits for Del Rey.

Adlib provided a complete line system with stage distro and full mic splits, plus  two of its MP4 low profile wedges for Del Rey as backup and reinforcement for the more challenging acoustic spaces. Two L-Acoustics ARCS with an SB28 sub per side comprise the side fills, and there was also a full mics-and-stands package for the band utilising a mix of Beyer, Sennheiser, Audio Technica and Shure brands.

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