Montreal, May 14, 2019 – A world leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology, Montreal-based Solotech has been awarded “A/V Production Company of the Year” at the prestigious Live Music Industry Awards. Held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto and hosted by musician Kim Stockwood, the 4th edition of the Live Music Industry Awards took place on Friday, May 10, as part of the 2019 Canadian Music Week (May 6-12), one of the country’s largest and most influential media and music conferences.
Created by Canadian Music Week in partnership with the International Festival Network (IFN) and Canadian Live Music Association, the Live Music Industry Awards honor outstanding festivals, venues, companies, productions and individuals from Canada’s live music business in 24 categories. This year’s ceremony was attended by 350 people and included performances from Lu Kala and Datsunn.
Founded in 1977, Solotech has collaborated with various Canadian artists over the years, including Michael Bublé, Céline Dion, Metric, July Talk and Véronic DiCaire. Solotech also ranks first in this month’s Pro Sound News Centerstage Chart, a rundown of the crews and gear on the top 10 highest-grossing tours of May 2019, for the current tour An Evening with Michael Bublé.
Founded over 40 years ago, Solotech is a world leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology with 13 strategic locations in Canada, the United States and Europe. Thanks to an inventory encompassing over 300 renowned manufacturers, Solotech is the single source for audio, video, lighting, rigging, soft goods, control and collaboration solutions & services. The company is internationally recognized for its expertise in Live Productions and Systems Integration in various markets, namely music, sports, business, culture and education. Solotech employs 1,200 professionals in its offices located in Montreal, Quebec City, Saguenay, Ottawa, Toronto, Las Vegas, Nashville, DeKalb, Los Angeles, Heywood, London and Redditch.
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