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Taking live entertainment to a whole new level.


Laser Funk create concepts integrating lasers, music, live performers and visual effects to create stunning performance pieces.

Currently offering three amazing shows, Laser Funk can tailor their products and concepts for themed events, conferences, product launches and virtually any special event requiring the WOW factor.

With over 20 years experience in the event industry, Laser Funk are currently offering shows ranging from solo performances through to large group ensemble pieces...

Laser Cirque: An elegant solo performance of Pachalbel's Canon featuring the amazing Laser Harp.

Laser Stix: A spectacular rhythmic performance featuring three drummers, LED drum sticks, a pumping sound track and three Laser Harps.

Laser Funk Live: Combines the power of live drums, saxophone and trumpet with state of the art laser effects and costumes to produce a world class entertainment experience. Featuring three musicians and 16 lasers, the show surrounds the audience in a mesmerising audiovisual spectacular with lasers being triggered on stage by the live instruments.

All shows can be tailored for themed events, conferences and product launches through the use of laser logos, animated graphics, reveal options and live music.

"Is it real?"... "How does it work?"..."Are you really playing it?"

Laser Funk are commonly asked these questions at the end of a performance with amazed guests intrigued by how a laser can make music.

The incredible Laser Harp creates sounds each time a performer cuts one of the laser beams. The laser senses a break in the beam and the harp plays a note, sound effect or just any sound sample assigned to it.

The Laser Harp recently featured in the launch of the Mazda BT50 with a performer creating the effect of surfing a car radio by triggering beams linked to each song. The harp will soon feature as a conference opening act with beams welcoming guests in many languages. It can also be used to trigger visual images completely surrounding the audience in the experience. The possibilities are virtually endless and can be tailored to suit your requirements.

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