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Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LVIII

Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LVIII

All Access provided the full scope of event staging for Super Bowl LVIII, handling everything from opening night through the post-game festivities – not to mention the always spectacular halftime show. With a nod to the glamor of Las Vegas, the entire production...
Behind-the-Build: Andretti Autosport

Behind-the-Build: Andretti Autosport

All Access was proud to deliver a custom 40’x70’ hospitality suite for Andretti Autosport and National Tour Integrated Resources. The two-level 16-post self-climbing structure used 1,700 linear feet of truss and 175 decks and was transported in 7 semi-trucks....
Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show

Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LVII Halftime Show

There’s no bigger and more spectacular event than the Super Bowl halftime show. This year was no different. The Super Bowl LVII halftime show had the widest – and maybe the most brightly colored – stage of any halftime show, measuring nearly 235 linear feet. (In...
Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show

Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show

All Access was honored to provide the set and staging for the Super Bowl Halftime Show for the twelfth year in a row. This year, we had home field advantage. SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Ca., was just a short drive from our headquarters in Torrance. A Team Effort Like...
Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LV Halftime Show

Behind-the-Build: Super Bowl LV Halftime Show

Though it looked a little different than previous years, All Access Staging was honored to provide the Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show stage. The test at hand was delivering the spectacular (COVID-safe) show that the world expected. Though it looked a little...