Hey, I was thinking about the multiple-screen staging I mentioned at the head of this thread.
I had considered that set-up at arena scale, because I thought you guys were playing those.
But, if you are going to play stadiums you could do that set-up still and, given the extra space of
a wide-open field, the audience would be able to walk around and about and travel to different screens.
It could be an innovation of the entire concert experience, actually, to have a GA audience in somewhat
random and constant, interactive motion around a space.
It would present a huge tactical and safety design challenge, but certainly could be done.
And, one could leave much of it to the fans and their phones. I am sure they would quickly establish
and share the passages that allow one walk safely through the crowd and loop around
to the various areas of the field.
It could be worked out. I am sure. Someone from Disney could help figure traffic flow out!
You know, this theme I am suggesting would work just brilliantly with Joshua Tree.
So perfectly, actually!
I am sure you already have a plan. I also imagine it takes a very long time to design
and build tour staging.
But...if you have any interest, any interest at all in this idea...
and if there is any way at all to pull it off on such short notice....
...You could just split the Innocence screen into lots of smaller ones...
I know you need rigging and feeds and everything, but I have complete faith in engineers.
Engineers can do anything.
Oh, come on! Shoot. Please??? You know this is a killing concept!
At least the screen and theme parts are, if not the walking.