A selection of projects that we have technically supported
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FU Berlin anniversary

Client: FU Berlin
When: 07.06.2023
Where: FU Campus Berlin-Dahlem
Our service: Lighting, sound and stage technology
Specials: Lighting, sound and stage technology
Project management: Alexander Götze

The Free University celebrated its 75th anniversary at its location in Berlin-Dahlem. Paula Hartmann was invited as the main act and we were responsible for the sound, lighting and stage technology. Approx. 3000 people were sounded with LAV technology.


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F.A.Z. - Junge Köpfe

Customer: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
When: 16.11.2021, recurring every month since then
Where: F.A.Z. Atrium Berlin
Our Services: Audio, Light, Video & Streaming
Special Features: Hybrid Event – Youtube-Livestream with interactive voting tool
Project Management: Martin Lipowski

The stage of the Junge Köpfe talk format of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung FAZ, equipped by LAV Veranstaltungstechnik.

LAV Veranstaltungstechnik is the technical service provider for the “Junge Köpfe” format of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Once a month, the F.A.Z. invites young personalities from politics, culture and society to the foyer of the Berlin editorial office. Helene Bubrowski and Simon Straußen discuss the big questions of the present with guests such as Kevin Kühnert and Ricarda Lang You can follow it all via livestream, recording or as a podcast.

LAV plays a comprehensive role in the monthly editions of the format. The technical challenge is to create a talk show atmosphere that is cozy enough to make the on-site audience feel comfortable, while the lighting remains camera-ready. Guests can ask questions on site. The online community can participate via a voting tool on air. In addition, LAV Veranstaltungstechnik records video and sound from all editions and makes both available for podcast post-processing.


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The Titanic Hotel stage during a keynote speech from the ESDIP Physicians Congress, which LAV Veranstaltungstechnik helped to equip.

ECDP Congress

Client: ESDIP
When: 15.-18.06.2022
Where: Titanic Hotel, Chausseestraße
Our service: Audio, Light & Video
Specials: General service provider of the exhibitor & trade show area
Project management: Tilo Ehrlich

The ECDP is an international physicians’ congress with dozens of expert presentations, panel discussions and Q&A sessions by over 50 speakers. For LAV, this meant a complex event setup, which was successfully implemented by LAV as a technical service provider. From stage construction to large-screen projection and from media reception to media technology support for the trade fair exhibitors, LAV covered a wide range of services.

A special undertaking was to divide the large ballroom into two medium-sized conference rooms between the opening and closing speeches within an hour, and to provide WLAN for the entire event.

La Cage aux Folles

Customer: Hoftheater Bad Freienwalde
When: 05.07.-28.08.2022
Where: Hoftheater Bad Freienwalde
Our Services: LED-wall
Project Manager: Martin Lipowski

6 dancers on the stage of Hoftheater Freienwalde during La Cage aux Folles musical. The LED wall is provided by LAV Veranstaltungstechnik.

For the Hoftheater Bad Freienwalde, the LAV team equipped a musical called La Cage aux Folles. The flexible stage design was made possible with a large, modular LED wall. 172 LEDitgo sB2HB modules with 2.5mm pixelpitch were used. The LED wall was divided into a back wall, gate and 2 aisle elements. The special difficulty was to integrate the wall exactly into the theater portal and to create several levels, so that lateral scenic staircases for the actors could be realized.

Two performers at the Gropius Bau Berlin are captured by chaser spotlights operated by LAV staff.


Customer: Berliner Festspiele
When: 13.-17.09.2022
Where: Gropius Bau Berlin
Our Services: Light & Audio Technology
Project Management: Alexander Götze

In a variety of ways, LAV Veranstaltungstechnik provided technical support for the YOYI! exhibition at the Gropius Bau. Among other sub-projects, the official press conference and opening event were equipped, and a breathtaking performance of two dancers was captured with Aramis lights. There, the LAV team used hazers to make artificial and natural light rays visible and enabled the two protagonists to interact with them. The whole thing was sounded by LAV’s in-house Syva system by L-Acoustics. LAV also equipped performances by Bitsy Knox and Ross Alexander. For this production, it was particularly difficult to test the artistic ideas and concepts for feasibility and then to technically implement them in reality.

Pan-Pot Release Party

Customer: Birkwald & Goldau GbR
When: 14.8.2022
Where: Napoleon Komplex
Our Services: Light & Pyrotechnics
Special Features: Installation und operation of special effects
Project Management: Alexander Götze

Open Air at the Napoleon Complex Berlin, where the DJ duo Pan Pot plays. You can see speakers, pyrotechnics provided by LAV Events and a celebrating crowd.

For the Berlin DJ and producer team Pan-Pot and their release party at the Napoleon complex with over 1000 guests, LAV Veranstaltungstechnik developed and planned a lighting and pyro concept. This was done in cooperation with a pyrotechnician and longtime partner of LAV. GrandMA, Flame Jets, CO² Jets, Astera AX9 and Powerbars were used. Particularly clean work was required here to create meaningful images that the agency client can use on its channels to increase reach.

Schloss Elmau

Climate neutrality congress

client: Stiftung Klimaneutralität
When: 19.-22.3.2023
Where: Schloss Elmau
Our services: Video – & conference technology
Project Manager: Martin Lipowski

The G7 summit has already been held twice in these rooms. This time, the Climate Neutrality Foundation held a 3-day conference at Elmau Castle. As a full-service provider, LAV Veranstaltungstechnik implemented this with video & conference technology. Global leaders shared ideas on how to accelerate the transformation to a carbon-neutral world. Among others, Wolfgang Schmidt, the head of the German Chancellor’s Office, Dr. Markus Krebber, the CEO of RWE and Rainer Backe from the Climate Neutrality Foundation debated, presented and connected with each other. The equipment used was: Analog Way Pulse 2 3G, 10 NEC 55″ 4K displays on stage support, DSAN PerfectCue, Yamaha QL1, 40 Bosch desktop microphone units, and X8 loudspeakers from L-Acoustics.