Tri Span Event Structures

Specifications

Structurally Artistic With Unique Layouts

Silver Stage’s TriSpan event structures will transform any space into an amazing, elegant and versatile events venue. Constructed using three of our SaddleSpans, a tri-joiner middle section and three end wall panels, the resulting edifice is undoubtedly one of the most impressive structure configurations we have in our range.

The adaptability and visually stunning nature of the TriSpan also mean it is one of our most popular structures. We have three sizes available, plus a Triad that is exclusive to Silver Stage in Europe featuring a peaked ceiling perfect for lighting and camera equipment. The enormous arched side doors are also ideal for production load-ins. Install any of these on our base extensions and you have the ultimate temporary venue. Furthermore, the TriSpan can be deconstructed and assembled in a variety of angular formations, to create a more structurally artistic look for your event in a truly unique layout, housing thousands of people depending on the size of the SaddleSpan selected. We have successfully executed TriSpans at major events like the Hard Rock Calling Festival and Wireless. We are supremely confident whatever the event and whoever the client, our TriSpan structures will exceed expectations. We have five options available: S1 Tri, S2 Tri, S5 Tri, S5 Tri (Silver) and Triad*.
* Exclusive to Silver Stage

Glastonbury Festival 2013

Re-imagining the dance field as Silver Hayes was a massive project. To have Silver Stage supply such an iconic structure as the one we used for the Sonic Stage was unbelievable and no doubt helped us to create the image we were looking for. The silver colour was perfect for Silver Hayes, whilst the shape, design and visual impact gave our loyal festivalgoers a new icon to enjoy.

The technical side of things was also made easy thanks to the structure being able to support much of the lighting production, whilst customer access in and out of the venue was easy thanks to the ‘V’ shape. We can’t wait to see it up again next year.

Malcolm Haynes, Glastonbury Festivals Ltd