Working with BLAP Productions, Spider Ranch brought in a full stage, lights, video, and sound into USF’s Koret Center to bring a special performance from St. Lucia and Krewella to the students. USFTV was there to report on the event, and they captured a night that the students won’t forget anytime soon:
The first annual Kaleidoscope Music Festival brought a range of legendary performers for three days of music that the audience will not soon forget. From a sunny start to the rainstorms on Sunday, we helped bring everything from the bone-shaking low-end of Bassnectar to the detailed guitar work from bands like Lotus to the sound of the festival.
Check after the break for some aerial footage we took with our Phantom quadcopter!
Spider Ranch returns for the 43rd SF Pride festival, bringing in multiple stages of sound for the millions of people that flock to San Francisco Civic Plaza and surrounding blocks for what is undoubtedly one of the biggest annual celebrations the city holds. Continue reading
The Solar Impulse aircraft is the only manned aircraft in the world that can sustain flight day and night without the use of any conventional fuel. Using clever weight-saving clean technologies and vast wings with solar-cell arrays, it collects the sun during the day and uses stored energy to sustain itself from dusk till dawn. Continue reading
Every performance needs a stage, and Stageline makes having one simple. Spider Ranch works with Mobile Stage Rentals to bring stages that build quickly, require less labor, and are safe and stable. They can be built on streets or in fields, and come in a variety of sizes.
Contact us today to find the stage that is right for your event!
Spider Ranch Productions and Alex Moran featured in Live Sound magazine article…
SUCCESS CAN SOMETIMES create its own challenges. For a regional sound company it can often mean buying more equipment to handle the needs of additional, bigger and more demanding clients. As in any growing business with significant hardware costs, equipment purchases can really affect cash flow and strain the budget. The challenge is to make smart choices and stay within a set budget without compromising quality. Alex Moran – founder of Spider Ranch Productions – is facing this very problem and meeting the challenge head on….continue reading this article >>
The ongoing partnership between Spider Ranch and West Coast Sound and Lighting is featured in a Live Sound article by Dan Garcia.
“It is amazing what can be accomplished when nobody cares about who gets the credit,” famously stated Robert Yates, a founding father of the United States, more than two centuries ago. Or, in more contemporary terms, Quincy Jones expressed the same thing quite well: “Check your ego at the door.” Regardless of how it’s said, and by whom, an essential truth remains that there’s often a great deal to be gained by the collaboration of like-minded people. The same holds true for companies, with an excellent example being the ongoing business association cultivated by Spider Ranch Productions and West Coast Sound & Light (WCSL). Both companies supply live sound reinforcement, as well as a variety of systems services, in the thriving Northern California and San Francisco Bay Area markets, but rather than banging heads in competing over many of the same jobs and contracts, they’ve instead chosen to work in lockstep to create a successful relationship. And at three years and counting, their smart business approach continues to grow and flourish, to the point where it has positioned them as a highly viable player in the national concert touring marketplace. Continue reading