Worldwide Stages (WWS) is a business based on facilities designed primarily for top-tier performance artists to build, program, and rehearse their concert touring systems before their tours begin and we're excited to be placing our world headquarters in Spring Hill, TN.
WWS will be a creative community where artists, performers, bands, media/film and live event producers will be able to create, innovate, incubate, and rehearse their upcoming tours and productions.
WWS also includes facilities and ancillary services to support the music and television/film production industries that tie into this central business purpose. The WWS campus will also provide leased space for concert support service providers, including businesses ranging from audio and lighting providers to cutting edge special effects specialists, set designers, and a myriad of other companies who support the concert touring industry - all in one location.
WWS is being designed and constructed by, and for, the creative and technical live performance community. WWS will focus on the artist’s creative needs based on input from the artists themselves, production and tour managers, audio engineers, tour logistics experts, as well as television and film producers. The campus will be purpose-built to be flexible and efficient providing scalability, convenience, and efficiency for our clients.
This video is an example of what the Worldwide Stages experience will be. These images are from actual locations, and were created by the same designers we are using on our project.
As the entire entertainment industry continues to evolve, the expectations of artists and their performances are evolving as well.
Worldwide Stages is a unique place where design, construction, and rehearsal of any live performance art can take place within a secure, purpose-built environment.
We are truly inspired by the possibilities of seeing the results of artistic expression being unleashed in an environment designed to allow the creative process to take place without the limitations artists have historically had to accept as the norm.
Our influences are our own individual experiences with incredibly talented artists as we have toured, produced, managed venues, marketed entertainment services, and watched in awe from the wings.