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Top FAQs

  • Does Heroic do Event Planning?

    If you need us to, Heroic has the experience, personnel and resources to shape your event from concept to reality. That said, most of our relationships are with event planners, meeting planners, producers and agencies who use us specifically for our AV and technical expertise. Whatever your needs are, we can help you. As we like to say, “We play well with others!”

  • How do I know if my event needs a Technical Director?

    Every event is unique, but as a rule, as the scale of an event increases it is better to have a point person that understands and oversees the whole production. If your event is relatively simple with speakers and a microphone, a tech director probably isn’t necessary. As complexity increases and you have multiple rooms (think meeting break-out rooms) and a large general-session room that gets flipped for dinner and entertainment, it’s a good idea to have a technical director who is “running the show.” It’s best to ask your production company to assess whether a Technical Director is needed.

  • How do I select the right venue?

    Start with budget and capacity. Too many people in a small venue reduces the space required for production. Then, ask yourself, “What’s the “vibe” I’m after?” Can the venue reflect the fit and finish you’re looking for? When you’ve answered those questions, start in on the technical considerations. Are there special load-in issues? What are the labor requirements at the facility? Is there an in-house AV team that you need to work with? Is the ceiling high enough and does the room have the ability to handle rigging (ie. hanging truss for lights, drape and/or projection)? What are the sight lines? Is there enough power available? Everything is possible but cost quickly becomes a factor if the room has inherent shortcomings.

     

    We ask our clients to bring us into the process as early as possible. We've worked in almost every room in town, as well as many of the popular event venues around the country, and we know the ins-and-outs of all those spaces. In the end, it's all about communication and experience.

     

  • How can I keep attendees intrigued?

    In a nutshell: compelling content, interesting lighting, clean sound, interactivity, and surprise. Consider a speaker who offers real-time engagement with the audience. Kick off your general session with a demo that you can tie in to your speaker’s topic. Offer real-time streaming from a remote site. Broadcast live twitter feeds. Most importantly, keep meetings at a reasonable length and offer plenty of breaks.

     

  • How can I make breakout meetings more effective?

    The nature of breakout meetings is such that they are typically low-budget items without much room for any kind of production wow-factor. Still, it’s an absolute minimum requirement that everyone be able to see and hear the message being delivered. The best breakouts we’ve seen have been interactive, and tie in to the general session material. Additionally, they include scenic design elements from the general session meeting, as if an extension of the GS. This allows the energy and message from the GS to carry forward into the break-out meetings.

  • When does it make sense to bring in an AV partner such as Heroic?

    Always. And, the sooner the better! If you’re going to be in a room that requires amplification and/or illumination, you already know you’re going to need an AV partner. Why not involve them from the start, especially if your goal is to minimize risk and get the biggest bang for your buck? Heroic has 16 years of experience managing all the technological and logistical aspects of an event. We already have the vocabulary and we speak the language. If you’re going to choose someone, you want someone you can trust. We’d love to have the opportunity to become your trusted event partner.

     

  • When should I "travel" my AV partner?

    Your role as a meeting or event planner is to deliver a message to your client’s audience. Why would you trust that to someone you don’t know? When you need consistency, a familiar face, and a better night’s sleep, consider using your proven AV partner. Heroic Productions regularly travels around the country with several of our clients.

Professional AV Gear Rentals

Heroic carries a huge inventory of professional audio, lighting, & video gear.

Rental items are available separately or as part of a custom package.

 

Delivery available, or pick up at our warehouse in Bloomington, MN.

 

Call Dustin at 952.564.3274 for rental information,

or email us at rentals@heroic-productions.com

Call us for a quote!

We are authorized

dealers for:

Heroic is an authorized dealer for Martin Lighting equipment. This is a link to their website. Heroic is an Authorized Dealer of Meyer Sound equipment. This is a link to their website. Heroic Productions is an authorized dealer for Chauvet.

The Heroes of Heroic

Heroic provided parkas to staff and crew to help contend with the winter weather conditions encountered during Super Bowl LIVE.

We partner with Fortune 500 companies and other major organizations that are looking to create a unique connection with their audience. That's why Heroic was chosen to be the lighting contractor for Super Bowl LIVE 2018 in Minneapolis. Our innovative team of AV production and event staging professionals has the right ideas, equipment and services to make any event shine. Whether you're planning a corporate meeting, a gala, an expo or a fundraiser, Heroic Productions has the experience and leadership to make you a hero.

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801 West 106th Street

Bloomington, MN 55420

952.224.9591

801 West 106th Street

Bloomington, MN 55420

952.224.9591

Heroic provided parkas to staff and crew to help contend with the winter weather conditions encountered during Super Bowl LIVE.
 
 
  • Does Heroic do Event Planning?

    If you need us to, Heroic has the experience, personnel and resources to shape your event from concept to reality. That said, most of our relationships are with event planners, meeting planners, producers and agencies who use us specifically for our AV and technical expertise. Whatever your needs are, we can help you. As we like to say, “We play well with others!”

  • How do I know if I need a Technical Director?

    Every event is unique, but as a rule, as the scale of an event increases it is better to have a point person that understands and oversees the whole production. If your event is relatively simple with speakers and a microphone, a tech director probably isn’t necessary. As complexity increases and you have multiple rooms (think meeting break-out rooms) and a large general-session room that gets flipped for dinner and entertainment, it’s a good idea to have a technical director who is “running the show.” It’s best to ask your production company to assess whether a Technical Director is needed.

  • How do I select the right venue?

    Start with budget and capacity. Too many people in a small venue reduces the space required for production. Then, ask yourself, “What’s the “vibe” I’m after?” Can the venue reflect the fit and finish you’re looking for? When you’ve answered those questions, start in on the technical considerations. Are there special load-in issues? What are the labor requirements at the facility? Is there an in-house AV team that you need to work with? Is the ceiling high enough and does the room have the ability to handle rigging (ie. hanging truss for lights, drape and/or projection)? What are the sight lines? Is there enough power available? Everything is possible but cost quickly becomes a factor if the room has inherent shortcomings.

     

    We ask our clients to bring us into the process as early as possible. We've worked in almost every room in town, as well as many of the popular event venues around the country, and we know the
    ins-and-outs of all those spaces. In the end, it's all about communication and experience.

     

  • How can I keep attendees intrigued?

    In a nutshell: compelling content, interesting lighting, clean sound, interactivity, and surprise. Consider a speaker who offers real-time engagement with the audience. Kick off your general session with a demo that you can tie in to your speaker’s topic. Offer real-time streaming from a remote site. Broadcast live twitter feeds. Most importantly, keep meetings at a reasonable length and offer plenty of breaks.

     

  • How can I make breakout meetings more effective?

    The nature of breakout meetings is such that they are typically low-budget items without much room for any kind of production wow-factor. Still, it’s an absolute minimum requirement that everyone be able to see and hear the message being delivered. The best breakouts we’ve seen have been interactive, and tie in to the general session material. Additionally, they include scenic design elements from the general session meeting, as if an extension of the GS. This allows the energy and message from the GS to carry forward into the break-out meetings.

  • When should I bring in an event partner such as Heroic?

    Always. And, the sooner the better! If you’re going to be in a room that requires amplification and/or illumination, you already know you’re going to need an AV partner. Why not involve them from the start, especially if your goal is to minimize risk and get the biggest bang for your buck? Heroic has 15 years of experience managing all the technological and logistical aspects of an event. We already have the vocabulary and we speak the language. If you’re going to choose someone, you want someone you can trust. We’d love to have the opportunity to become your trusted event partner.

     

    Don't leave things up to chance. This blog has some great event planning tips. CLICK TO READ!

  • When should I "travel" my AV partner?

    Your role as a meeting or event planner is to deliver a message to your client’s audience. Why would you trust that to someone you don’t know? When you need consistency, a familiar face, and a better night’s sleep, consider using your proven AV partner. Heroic Productions regularly travels around the country with several of our clients.

Call us for a quote!

We are authorized

dealers for:

Heroic is an Authorized Dealer of Meyer Sound equipment. This is a link to their website. Heroic is an authorized dealer for Martin Lighting equipment. This is a link to their website. Heroic Productions is an authorized dealer for Chauvet.

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Heroic provided parkas to staff and crew to help contend with the winter weather conditions encountered during Super Bowl LIVE.

It takes more than fancy equipment to make an event special, and you can trust Heroic Productions to make that happen. We believe an event is an extension of your brand, and our goal is to bring that to life on stage with our world-class sound, video and lighting solutions.

  • Listen To Our Most Recent Webinar:
  • "Scout Event Sites Like a Pro"
  • Click Here For More Info

Heroic carries a huge inventory of professional audio, lighting, & video gear. Items are available separately

or as part of a custom package.

 

Delivery available, or pick up at our warehouse

in Bloomington, MN.

 

Call Dustin at 952.564.3274

for rental information, or email us at:

 

rentals@heroic-productions.com

Heroic is an authorized dealer for Martin Lighting equipment. This is a link to their website.
Heroic is an Authorized Dealer of Meyer Sound equipment. This is a link to their website. Heroic Productions is an authorized dealer for Chauvet.
  • Does Heroic do Event Planning?

    If you need us to, Heroic has the experience, personnel and resources to shape your event from concept to reality. That said, most of our relationships are with event planners, meeting planners, producers and agencies who use us specifically for our AV and technical expertise. Whatever your needs are, we can help you. As we like to say, “We play well with others!”

  • How do I know if I need a Technical Director?

    Every event is unique, but as a rule, as the scale of an event increases it is better to have a point person that understands and oversees the whole production. If your event is relatively simple with speakers and a microphone, a tech director probably isn’t necessary. As complexity increases and you have multiple rooms (think meeting break-out rooms) and a large general-session room that gets flipped for dinner and entertainment, it’s a good idea to have a technical director who is “running the show.” It’s best to ask your production company to assess whether a Technical Director is needed.

  • How do I select the right venue?

    Start with budget and capacity. Too many people in a small venue reduces the space required for production. Then, ask yourself, “What’s the “vibe” I’m after?” Can the venue reflect the fit and finish you’re looking for? When you’ve answered those questions, start in on the technical considerations. Are there special load-in issues? What are the labor requirements at the facility? Is there an in-house AV team that you need to work with? Is the ceiling high enough and does the room have the ability to handle rigging (ie. hanging truss for lights, drape and/or projection)? What are the sight lines? Is there enough power available? Everything is possible but cost quickly becomes a factor if the room has inherent shortcomings.

     

    We ask our clients to bring us into the process as early as possible. We've worked in almost every room in town, as well as many of the popular event venues around the country, and we know the ins-and-outs of all those spaces. In the end, it's all about communication and experience.

     

    By the way, we wrote a Blog on this very topic. CLICK HERE!

  • How can I keep attendees intrigued?

    In a nutshell: compelling content, interesting lighting, clean sound, interactivity, and surprise. Consider a speaker who offers real-time engagement with the audience. Kick off your general session with a demo that you can tie in to your speaker’s topic. Offer real-time streaming from a remote site. Broadcast live twitter feeds. Most importantly, keep meetings at a reasonable length and offer plenty of breaks.

     

  • How do I make breakout meetings more effective?

    The nature of breakout meetings is such that they are typically low-budget items without much room for any kind of production wow-factor. Still, it’s an absolute minimum requirement that everyone be able to see and hear the message being delivered. The best breakouts we’ve seen have been interactive, and tie in to the general session material. Additionally, they include scenic design elements from the general session meeting, as if an extension of the GS. This allows the energy and message from the GS to carry forward into the break-out meetings.

  • When should I use an event partner such as Heroic?

    Always. And, the sooner the better! If you’re going to be in a room that requires amplification and/or illumination, you already know you’re going to need an AV partner. Why not involve them from the start, especially if your goal is to minimize risk and get the biggest bang for your buck? Heroic has 15 years of experience managing all the technological and logistical aspects of an event. We already have the vocabulary and we speak the language. If you’re going to choose someone, you want someone you can trust. We’d love to have the opportunity to become your trusted event partner.

     

    Don't leave things up to chance. This blog has some great event planning tips. CLICK HERE TO READ!

  • When should I "travel" my AV partner?

    Your role as a meeting or event planner is to deliver a message to your client’s audience. Why would you trust that to someone you don’t know? When you need consistency, a familiar face, and a better night’s sleep, consider using your proven AV partner. Heroic Productions regularly travels around the country with several of our clients.

801 West 106th Street

Bloomington, MN 55420

952.224.9591