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Fineline shortlisted for two TPI Awards!

We’re excited to announce that Fineline Lighting has been nominated in two categories of the upcoming TPI Awards: Favourite Rigging Company and Favourite Lighting Rental Company.


The Fineline team have worked across a wide range of events in 2019, including Love Saves the Day, Shambala, Glastonbury and the Eden Sessions, which took place across June and July in 2019.


Fineline is shortlisted for its work providing rigging and lighting support at the Sessions, which saw performances from Nile Rodgers & Chic, Noel Gallagher, Stereophonics, Kylie Minogue and more.


A win (or two) at the awards, which take place on 24th February next year at Battersea Evolution, would be a fantastic way to kick off Fineline’s 30th year in business.


Rob Sangwell, director of Fineline, commented: “We’re thrilled to be shortlisted in two categories at the 2020 TPI Awards. Fineline is all about providing a high quality, professional and personal service to our clients and we’re very pleased that our work across the Eden Sessions has been recognised.”


You can find the entire shortlist for the TPI Awards on their website. 



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