Defqon1 Dragon Sydney
The Defqon1 September 2012 Music Festival lit up the Sydney International Regatta Centre for the fourth year running. As the gates opened, cheers erupted from the thousands who’d been waiting patiently in anticipation to see what the tightly held secret Main Stage would be.
Event decks for Defqon1
They were greeted by the Clifton Productions built red stage – a six storey high, flame throwing Dragon which was constructed from Layher Allround Scaffolding. The 55m wide Dragon featured a stage constructed from Layher Event Decks, two 25m high ‘wings’ from which pyrotechnics were launched, and the Dragon’s head constructed as a free standing spur.
Other stages Sydney
Additionally Clifton Productions constructed six other stages including the blue pirate themed stage and an orange all seeing eye stage which were decorated using car parts and industrial materials.
Thanks to Jeremy Fleming of Clifton Productions for use of these photos.
Nothing beats losing yourself in the music, dancing in bright sunlight, being part of a large crowd of mad-keen revellers, dancing until your feet hurt, chilling down the water edge of the Defqon.1 Lake, flirting with beautiful people and celebrating the good life and sharing the love with all the merrymakers around you.
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