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Saturday, June 22, 2024

The ultimate support act for Blackpool Illuminations!

A shining light in the Fylde entertainment industry has celebrated its support of Blackpool’s world famous Illuminations.

Knight Rigging Services (KRS) has been supporting the Lights since 2013 and were invited to flick the famous switch earlier this week.

Joined by players and staff from Fleetwood Rugby Club – who are also sponsored by KRS – they joined the crowds on the Comedy Carpet to light up the resort.

KRS provide rigging and production support for some of the biggest acts in the world and this summer their work has included concerts for Adele, The Stone Roses and a special production of Les Miserables in memory of MP Jo Cox.

Sven Knight, managing director of KRS, said: “The Illuminations are the backbone of the autumn tourist trade in Blackpool and we are delighted to be associated with them.

“It was a huge privilege for us to switch on the most famous lights in the world.”




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