Widespread Panic performed on a fantastic show at the Oxbow RiverStage in Napa, CA on August 26-28th. The initial schedule had been somewhat shifted from August 27th to August 29th, yet the venue was still packed with loyal supporters.
Widespread Panic started 30 years ago when John “JB” Bell (vocals and guitar), Dave Schools (bass), and Michael Houser (guitar) met for the first time at the University of Georgia in a suburb of Athens, Georgia.
IPS teams eagerly anticipated going back to Napa for the event. They had a solid presence at all entry and exit points as well as in the area immediately behind the barricade.
What are the reasons for using crowd control barriers?
- In compliance with Government regulations – Crowd control barriers determine the level of danger associated with an event in consideration of the activities, size, and other factors. We designate the appropriate level of barrier protection accordingly.
- Crowd management – Many people think that crowd control is only required at the entrances and exits of a venue. When preparing for traffic flow challenges, consider the spots where individuals may make beeline runs to maximize efficiency in anticipating crowd control needs.
- Create a favorable interaction between performers and the fans – While it may not be directly observable, excellent crowd control can significantly boost clients’ opinions of an event security agency. The success of your event is dependent on the positive experience of guests and performers, and they will be more loyal to your company if they feel safe and well-organized when attending your events.
Consult with our experts at (877) 203-4619 for more information