Get out there, get gigs, buy a band backdrop.
That’s the order of business of every band, especially for new groups. Specifically, we believe in the power of the last item in this to do list. When you buy a band backdrop, you have the ability to do wonders on stage. Stage backdrops are more than just banners – they are just as important as your music.
The 50/50 Rule
Band backdrops for stage are part of our 50/50 rule. This rule is simple:
- 50 percent of your show is the stage presence, choreography and performance
- 50 percent is the actual music you play and sing.
So when you buy a band backdrop, you’re meeting an acute need of your bands’ fans by providing them with a high quality stage presence. That’s why we believe that band backdrops are so key to a good performance, at any show.
Buy The Right Size Band Backdrop
Every band that I work with tells me that size of the band backdrop they buy or the stage scrim is a factor of how big their venues are. When you’re playing at huge festival, you need your logo to be seen for miles. But your budget may not allow for two stage backdrops, and if majority of your shows are in small venues, that huge band backdrop just won’t fit in a small bar. To learn more about sizes on stage, click here to view our photo gallery. This will give you a visual aid to understanding how band backdrops and band scrims actually look on stage. You can always contact us and we will be happy to guide you in this process.
Where To Buy A Backdrop?
“Our family, friends and fans were blown away with how good our backdrop looked.”
Instead of us telling you, we’ll let Scott Trudeau from Tribute, a celebration of Allman Brothers in Atlanta, GA band say it in his words about his band backdrop:
“Everyone in the band and all our family, friends and fans were blown away with how good our backdrop looked. So, from all of us, THANK YOU! We are so happy with the banners you made for us several months ago. We’ve been using those and have received plenty of compliments on them!
Here’s a photo of their stunning 10’x20′ stage backdrop and two 4’x10′ and either side as well – now that’s stage presence!
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