LED screens erected for festival
Thousands of music fans are expected to turn up to a Canadian festival which features LED screens.
A host of talented performers have been booked to perform at the Nakusp Music Fest in British Columbia, the Arrow Lakes News reports.
The festival has previously sold out and last year saw 16,000 people descend on the site to enjoy the packed programme of events.
Two LED screens have been installed to display images of performers and information on the festival.
In addition to musical acts, the event boasts an array of talented entertainers including magicians, jugglers and clowns.
Willi Jahnke, the administrator for the Nakusp Roots Music Society, explained that the varied events will prove popular with visitors.
"This year we want to do a programme for the whole week; I think it will be just phenomenal," he told the publication.
Meanwhile, the 81st Academy Awards ceremony recently received 26 LED screens to beam images of celebrities invited to the show.