Jan 2016 | International
2015 Success For Mojo Barriers US

Mojo Barriers’ US office had a busy 2015 supplying safety barricades and a range of special equipment to some of the year’s biggest events.

Reaction NYE USPemberton Music Festival: 561m of barrier and 1,740 ft of cable ramps were supplied to Pemberton Music Festival, which took place in Pemberton, British Colombia from 16th – 19th July. Billed as “Canada’s largest festival,” the four-day event witnessed performances from Kendrick Lamar, The Black Keys and The War on Drugs.

Squamish Valley Music Festival: Mojo Barriers supplied 470m of Mojo’s specially-designed touring barrier the G2, which enabled the team to load up to 15% more barrier, meaning only one truck was needed. Mojo first worked with Squamish Valley Music Festival in 2014 when Mojo’s Peter Burns trained the local staff to safely install the barriers, this meant for the 2015 event the Squamish team were able to take on the barrier install for themselves. Squamish Valley Music Festival took place in Squamish, Canada from the 7th – 9th August.

Time Warp Festival: The team undertook Mojo’s largest decking job to date as they helped transform an empty warehouse into a venue fit for this brilliant EDM event. Mojo Barriers provided DJ Booths with tracking table tops for easy set changes, stages, VIP risers and barriers to surround the stages and front of house platforms. Time Warp Festival took place in Brooklyn, New York on from the 20th – 21st November. The festival, presented by German promoters Cosmopop, boasted performances from EDM royalty including Sven Väth, Luciano and Jamie Jones.

Reaction NYE: Reaction NYE is Chicago’s premier NYE event, taking place on the 30th – 31st December. Mojo Barriers aided the transformation of 580,000 raw sq ft of warehouse, through the supply of 183m of barriers and the construction of one of the stages. Mojo also supplied a multi tiered VIP platform with ADA compliant ramps, specially designed using custom size stage decking allowing the upmost flexibility in design. With performances from deadmau5, Skrillex and Chvrches, Mojo helped music-lovers ring in the New Year in true EDM style.