Guides Moisture Run-Off
Folding Stage Deck
Handicap Lift Optional
FrontRow FR4500 Mobile Concert Stages
Each FrontRow Mobile Concert Stage is equipped with the following:
Push-button stage set-up
Stage canopy opens and raises in one operation
Self-contained electric/hydraulic actuation system
24ft stage deck depth
Angled roof canopy controls precipitation run-off
Sealed canopy hinge lines
Sound absorbing roof canopy
Standard 2” OD lighting and equipment mounting pipe
Canopy extends beyond stage deck on four sides
Open “doorway” canopy supports
No visibility blocking front corner columns
Sound dampened stage deck with renewable gray coating
Concealed stage deck hinges (no loose filler strips needed)
Aluminum deck support trusses with leveling jacks
LED setup/work lighting
Heavy-duty tandem axle suspension with four-wheel brakes
Fold-away towing tongue
Engineered to IBC codes
Quick stage closing for severe weather safety
Choice of FrontRow FR4500 Mobile Concert Stage Sizes
All stages are engineered and independently certified for structural integrity, safety and compliance with IBC codes.
Since no two communities or events are the same, with identical requirements, numerous optional features are available to custom tailor your stage to meet your individual needs. Contact us to help assemble a stage package designed specifically for you.
Weather Ready Features
A strong summertime thunderstorm can produce sudden gust-winds of 65+ mph with little advance warning. FrontRow mobile stages allow you to ride out these potentially damaging winds using an effective two-prong approach.
First - FrontRow stages are engineered with a robust structure designed to withstand high wind loads. FrontRow stages are designed to support sound and lighting equipment loads, plus wind loads.
Second - FrontRow stage roof canopies are designed to be quickly lowered when severe weather approaches. By eliminating the front stage corner support columns typical of other mobile stages and using the hydraulically operated canopy system, the roof canopy can be lowered in under five minutes, significantly reducing the stage’s exposure to extreme wind loads. This action significantly increases the stage’s wind resistance capability, while simultaneously sheltering and shielding stage equipment and instruments from wind and rain.