Amazing Set, Brilliant Lighting, Astounding Rigging & More by The Moving Heads at ‘Viva La Polaris'
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Marketing | April 10, 2018 | News
The Moving Heads
Viva La Polaris - a mega-event conceptualized and brought to life by Moving Heads Events, lit up the sky with fireworks of success spectacle. The event was a gathering of 1000 audiences and featured multiple highlights like Dancing Trucks Party branded as Truck Dhina Dhin!, a half day fairytale adventure at Gurgaon’s Kingdom of Dreams with business conference and a MF Master Quiz followed by a Star Chat Show with Tennis Ace Sania Mirza.
The concept behind the event originated from Polaris Quest - an incentive run for distributor network with an aspirational thought of per aspera ad astra - through hardships to Stars. Moving Heads also weaved in the motive of Polaris - the brightest, almost immovable star, guiding the brave hearts and daredevils in them pursue of victory and excellence. From that point, the initial Quest evolved into Viva La Polaris! - a celebratory twist towards glorifying the business success achieved by the brand. Staying true to the original concept of starlight, Moving Heads worked on unique Gala set design, using a combination of LED and intelligent lighting, rigged along the entire ballroom length.
Building on the North connection of Polaris (which is also known as the North Star), The Moving Heads incorporated a crazy idea of trucks party - inspired by the huge, colorful carriers cruising roads of the northern states of the country. Taking the concept to another level, multiple hydraulic systems were used to make the party trucks move, giving justice to the initial concept of Dancing Trucks Party. A high-octane performance of Elli Avram who pulled the crowd on stage in a crazy Punjabi-style act and a line-up of a few DJs fulfilled an ambition of creating another party extravaganza as a part of a corporate incentive event.
The concept behind the event originated from Polaris Quest - an incentive run for distributor network with an aspirational thought of per aspera ad astra - through hardships to Stars.