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Brown United Structures for the LA Rising concert at the LA Coliseum

Rage Against the Machine performed for the sea of fans filling The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for L.A. Rising on Saturday. Brown United provided staging and roof structures as well as delay towers. Of all the shows Rage has played over the years, this was surely one of their most theatrical performances.


Stages and Concert Roofs for The Williamsburg Waterfront, Brooklyn New York

The East River State Park (AKA Williamsburg Waterfront) is a public park located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. The park stretches along the East River near North 9th and 10th Streets at Kent Avenue, and offers unobstructed views of the Williamsburg Bridge and Midtown Manhattan. After the McCarren Park Pool was closed in the fall of 2008 all concerts have been relocated to the Williamsburg Waterfront.

The concerts are here for the 2011 season and Brown United has built some amazing concert stage and roof structures for the Waterfront. Among the lineup this year? TV On The Radio, Sonic Youth, Kid CuDi, They Might Be Giants, Coheed and Cambria, and Death Cab for Cutie. Full concert schedule HERE.



Coachella Music Festival 2011

INDIO, California — More than a thousand glowing balls drop from the top of the stage as Arcade Fire plays "Wake Up" at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The balls contained battery-powered circuit boards studded with full-color LEDs that changed colors in unison, thanks to built-in IR receivers and microphones. The effect was striking with the balls (mostly) changing color in unison. Unfortunately, after a few bounces, most people held onto the balls to keep them as souvenirs.

The awesome Coachella Concert Roofs, Stages, and other event structures were built by Brown United - One of the nations top Event Construction Providers.



Concert Roof for Rio Tinto Stadium - The Eagles

Brown United provided the Concert Roof for Salt Lake City, Utah’s Rio Tinto Stadium.  The Eagles performed live for the venue's first-ever concert on May 9, 2009.

The concert—and the stadium—did not disappoint. The Eagles were in fine form, flawlessly playing the hits that made them famous more than 30 years ago, including "Already Gone," "Take It To The Limit" and "Witchy Woman." The best performance of the night was "Hotel California," no doubt the band's most popular song and a crowd favorite.   Click here to read more...

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Coachella 2009 Stages and Concert Roofing by Brown United