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Russians raving for Nexo STM at dance festival

Big names in EDM supported by Scale-Through-Modularity rigs

Nexo STM systems were used as main PA for both the Main and the Second Stage at the huge Fruit Vibrations 2015 festival in Russia in mid-July (pictured).

The two-day EDM festival featured over 30 headline acts, including Steve Aoki, Aly & Fila, Ummet Ozcan and BT.

Held in the Muzeon Art Park, in the centre of Moscow, this Globalclubbing event is the largest EDM festival in Russia, and draws thousands of fans from all across the country and the CIS states.

For the main stage, JamTech supplied a 11-a-side STM design, using nine STM M46 plus nine STM B112 with two STM M28 downfill cabinets in each array. Twenty-four STM S118 sub-bass were used, together with extra RS18 subs. Another 12 M46 Main cabinets were used for outfill.

Over on the B Stage, JamTech made good use of its GEO S12 inventory, with RS15 and RS18 subs in support. Both FOH consoles were Yamaha CL Series.

JamTech and Nexo STM could also be heard in action on the Lenovo VIBE Fest in Nizhny Novgorod. A one-day festival sponsored by camera maker Lenovo, this multimedia event includes extreme sports, Interactive installations, cult video games and live music from Iowa, My Michelle and headliner Brainstorm. As a touring event playing in five cities, this event attracts nearly 300,000 people in total.

For the live music stage, JamTech provide a 14-a-side STM system in its standard configuration, using two STM M28 downfills.

All STM Series and GEO S12 products were supported by Nexo distributor SiM Trade Company.