The Americas Awards for Technology In Entertainment

THE AWARDS


Brought to you by the team behind mondo*dr magazine, the mondo*dr awards were launched in 2017 to recognise and celebrate the best installation projects from around the globe.

Now heading into its fourth year, the event has developed into two versions – EMEA & APAC and The Americas – to service each territory. The former takes place during Prolight+Sound in Frankfurt, while the latter is held during InfoComm, Las Vegas.

There are eight award categories in each region, and another has been added for 2020. The categories so include: Nightclub, Bar & Restaurant, Theatre, Concert Hall, House of Worship, Stadium, Arena, Multipurpose Venue and Parks & Attractions.

Anyone can enter a project… from manufacturers to distributors, installers to lighting designers, architects to acousticians, consultants to venue operators – the project simply needs to be a fixed installation from the entertainment world. Winners will be decided by a panel of independent judges and previous awards winners.

There is no other award ceremony in the industry purely focussed on fixed installation project from the entertainment world, so why not be part of this unique awards competition. 

“It was great to see the mondo*dr team in the US connecting with the American market. This will surely help guide the team as they look to replicate their success in the rest of the world markets, here in North America.”

Jack Kelly, Group One

THE CATEGORIES


We have compiled a list of venue types to cover the many forms of entertainment recognised throughout the world today.

There will be one winner per category for each event, and a new category has been added for 2020.

All categories are available for sponsorship.

"Was a pleasure to be at the first mondo*dr Awards in the US. It was a great event bringing together like minded folks in the industry, and was great to see deserving folks honoured. I hope to see this event grow in future years and expand to a wider audience and number of categories"

Jay Eigenmann, Le Poisson Rouge