The Roots Festival 2011

RCF TT+ delivers sound at The Roots Festival 2011
Many Communities, One Voice is a music, arts and community festival and much more. It seeks to heal, empower and unite Baltimore through the celebration of arts and culture. The free, outdoor festival was held at the “Highway to Nowhere,” Route 40, at Franklin and N. Gilmor, with five stages of music, art, dancing, food and fun.
For five days in June, tens of thousands of people made history at this event. Joined by nationally renowned artists and performers, the West Baltimore community filled the neighbourhood with new life, colour and music. ROOTS Fest 2011 will serve as an example for other communities around the country who face the same challenges as West Baltimore.
On the Roots Festival 2011 the main acts were: Talib Kweli, Chuck Brown, Anthony David, and Sunni Patterson.
Atlanta Audio Visual supplied the TT+ system to the main stage. The audio system was composed by RCF TTL55-A with 6 pieces per side and with 4 pcs TTS56-A Subwoofers on each side.
“Atlanta Audio Visual’s main rig for large outdoor events is the RCF TT+ system and with 6 TTL55-A and 4 TTL56-A per side at the Roots Festival, the clarity and warmth of the system could be heard throughout the entire festival grounds. Thanks to only RCF line on the main stage, we were set up, tuned out and ready to go, in what felt like a few moments!” says Taylor Pool from Atlanta Audio Visual.
Atlanta Audio Visual also provided the staging, lighting, and audio for the other 3 music stages for the weekend festival.
Atlanta Audio Visual is a full service production company specializing in Audio, Lighting, Staging, Video, Set Design and Total AV Integration Services. They have installed and used RCF products for many corporate events, music festivals and shows and for many clients around the country.
See more at: www.atlanta-audiovisual.com
Read more about the festival at: http://rootsfest2011.org