This is amazing! I'm trying to build a big music festival. Where did you get some of the custom parts? It looks like the mic stand and the guitars and the cymbals and possibly the drum-set itself is custom
as an AFOL, a stage manager and a light designer , wish i could have this one or just the instructions to make one!!
pls give me the instructions ;) !, will look great in the production office!
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this is not a specific, existing band. you can immagine yourself who they are.
ER people are a standard part of the concert support crew of this size.
thank you all, I am keeping you a place in a fan pit.
This is amazing. I'm not big on concerts, but I do admire the structures their performed in. And you seem to have replicated a great feat of modern engineering and made it even better in Lego!
I have to ask, though. Were all those minifigs in the audience real, or did you add them in via computer?
I have been assembling Lego stages for decades now, but this is the first one I am satisfied with and decided to put it on MOC pages.
Minifigs are real (a bit darkened) and used exclusively for this presentation. On the exhibitions, my idea is to have the visitors as the actual audience for my stage.
Microphone stands and drum parts are hand made and hand colored because I wanted them to be as realistic as possible.
I was really impressed by the welcome of the colleagues here and I would like to deeply thank all of those who supported me and my creation.
I didn't know it had all the lifting and moving platforms. WHat a way to find out! Excellent pics but I am tired of looking at it. I've seen this MOC a lot in person. When are you gonna build something new? :)) hihihihihi
I had the privilege to participate in exhibitions which appeared this masterpiece... And no visitor has remained indifferent to it, it says everything about the quality of this work outside of our universe...
So much of me...
I'm glad you finally posted the stage here. :)
To someone who asked if those were the real minifigs or shopped in - yes, they are really there, about 750-800 of them (some of mine too! :D ). The stage looks ten times better in person, it's really an impressive build with tons of details.
O.O that is incredible. I used to do arena security, and have seen hundreds of concerts, set-up to tear down, and you've done a phenomenal job displaying each and every aspect. Even your easter egg of the two making out! Hilarious. Great build. Very impressive. ~cheers
This is absolutely gorgeous. I don't know where to start. The keyboards are perfect. Some really impressive technique to build the sound system. Loved the construction photos. The underground entrances were a brilliant touch. The vehicles were amazingly accurate. Did you have all of those minifigs that were attending the concert or were they shopped in?
Wow! Amazing work! It looks brilliant! And I love the way you've shown it through the creation of the stage rather than just as the finished thing. I love the levers in the sound control booth! Genius idea! The whole thing is amazing. Well done.
Great build! I disagree with Deus, I think that there a ton of great details built into this stage, and the band itself. The keyboard looks great, but the drum set is my favorite. I think the audio control booth is a thing of beauty as well!