Type in the item you’d like to search for below
Our country, our communities, our families and (of course) Vincent Lighting are all facing unprecedented challenges with the disturbance of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although we have a bright outlook for the future, uncertainty definitely lies ahead. With events postponed and facilities closed, portions of our business are slower than we would like. We have a terrific team at Vincent Lighting, and as our rental shop is idle, we are making attempts to do maintenance on our facilities and equipment and provide training for our employees. Our goal is to robustly resume our operations, as the industry begins to reboot.
Due to concerns from COVID-19, many customers are choosing to postpone or cancel their in-person events and meetings. Vincent Lighting is working to ensure that the show must go on. Our team of lighting and event technology specialists are working to offer alternate solutions for web conferencing and video streaming lighting.
Due to concerns over the coronavirus, the 60th Anniversary of USITT’s Stage Expo and Conference planned for Houston has been cancelled. Stay tuned for details on USITT 2021 in Columbus, Ohio.
For the past two years, VLS leadership has been structured around individual offices in Cleveland, Northern Kentucky, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Detroit and North Carolina. To improve our focus on market and operational areas, we are excited to announce that several key individuals at Vincent Lighting Systems have been identified to hold new roles within our leadership team.
About to embark on a new year, we have taken a moment to reflect on 2019. This video showcases just a handful of the lighting services that we provided for various corporate meetings, concerts, festivals, musicals, shows, parties, weddings, systems designs and installations over the past year.
Join Vincent Lighting Systems, for the 2020 Vendor Showcase and Open House, February 11 – 13. Registration is now open! Sign up in advance and attend, to be eligible to win a VLS Prize Package!
Adam Hayward, VLS’ long-time Outside Sales Account Manager, has been named as General Manager of the Cincinnati location.
Students who wish to intern with VLS over the summer next year can apply for open spots in Cleveland, Cincinnati or Pittsburgh.
Some legacy ETC consoles will have limited software development in the near future. It’s highly recommended that these consoles be evaluated for upgrade. Vincent Lighting Systems can support customers who have existing ETC products and help determine the most cost effective upgrade path.
Vincent Lighting examined the church’s goals to create a modern look to their sanctuary stage and provide a cost-effective plan to gradually transition to LED lighting. Working closely with the church staff, VLS created a fresh look to to their stage, using energy-efficient fixtures.
For BLINK 2019, the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge will be bathed in light and sound, October 10-13. Be part of a behind-the-scenes discussion with Masary Studios and Vincent Lighting, to learn what it took to put this together for the festival. This featured session will be presented at the USITT – OVS Fall Conference, Saturday, October 12.
Vincent Lighting Systems has opened a new location in Raleigh, North Carolina to support the needs of clients in North and South Carolina. This office is focused on the sale of both lighting and rigging products and systems. As part of the VLS commitment to this new effort, Walt Weber has been named National Sales Manager.
We are honored to have been voted a finalist for Projection, Lights & Staging News’ Hometown Hero Lighting Company of the Year award! Your vote can help us get a Parnelli Award.
The Aronoff Center is a performing arts center in downtown Cincinnati comprised of three multi-purpose auditoriums. The largest venue, Procter & Gamble Hall, features a beautiful fiber optic star ceiling that was recently upgraded with LED illuminators.
November 27, 2018 — Vincent Lighting Systems (VLS) today announced that well-respected industry veteran Bill Groener will be joining VLS as its new President. Founder and former President, Paul Vincent, will remain connected with VLS as an advisor moving forward. Groener, who will be based in the Cleveland area, will be taking on the responsibilities of his new role immediately. He will work closely with the VLS Leadership Team to assure a smooth transition.
Vincent Lighting Systems (VLS) continues to drive innovation in lighting with a substantial investment in state-of-the-art, intelligent lighting fixtures. The Vari-Lite 2600 family of fixtures is one of the most powerful platforms on the market, offering high intensity, exceptional performance and superb light quality in an LED moving light fixture.