Zoe Deighton Smythe

New member
Oct 4, 2021
Tunbridge Wells
September 15 marks the commemoration of the Grito de Independencia (or Mexican Independence Day)­—the most important ceremony in the country.  This year it was able to resume again in front of an audience at the Zócalo in the center of Mexico City after two years of being held remotely due to the COVID pandemic. According to official calculations more than 160,000 people celebrated the national holiday out on the streets again.
The vastly experienced Norteño group, Los Tigres del Norte—famed throughout the Latam countries—headlined the event with a show that lasted more than three hours.
The production work was carried out by the company KW, and for the third consecutive year Martin Audio systems were used as the main PA for the Ceremony. They provided audio coverage for a site measuring 46,800 sq.m.
For the presidential protocol, four clusters of MLA were designated, one pair with 11 MLA plus an MLD Downfill, and a further pair of outhangs with eight cabinets and an MLD (providing...

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