Fast Company Most Innovative Companies for 2020

Major brands (McDonald’s, Amazon, Fortnite) and A-list performers (U2, Radiohead, Childish Gambino) are tapping these experts to engineer and execute unforgettable live events.

The global live events market cracked $1 trillion in 2018 and is projected to reach $2.3 trillion by 2026. These 10 companies are inventing new thrills, while making events both more accessible and more sustainable.

8. L-Acoustics

For bringing its immersive sound technology to Aerosmith’s Las Vegas residency

For nearly 30 years, L-Acoustics has been innovating sound for live events, most recently with L-ISA, its panoramic, multidimensional sound experience that reconnects the audience to the performance. L-ISA technology has already been deployed by high-profile artists across a variety of musical styles in more than 5,000 shows worldwide. Early adopters include Ennio Morricone and his orchestra, the National Orchestra of Lille, Odesza, BBC Proms, Lorde, Tonhalle Orchestra featuring Yuja Wang, Childish Gambino, Bon Iver, deadmau5, and alt-J, among others.

See the full list here: The 10 most innovative live events companies of 2020

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