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Magical events with decorative snow and ice!
"The first fall of snow is not only an event, it is a magical event". J.B. Priestley (1894-1984)
Delight your customer, visitor and staff with our winter illusions. Our portfolio covers everthing from snow effects, via ice illusions to ice lounge rental. Let your guests be blown away by Hollywood's number one choice in all things winter.
TAG Heuer - Pop up Store Hamburg
The pop up store of TAG Heuer in Hamburg was dedicated to the partnership of TAG Heuer and Porsche. We transformed it into a winter landscape of about 150m² at the end of 2021. We used snow fleece - Snow Blanket B1, plucked cotton B1 and decorative snow B1 - Display Snow.
Frozen - Disney Musical German Premiere
Disney's "Frozen"- the musical celebrated its German premiere in Hamburg in November 2021. The red carpet was given an icy touch with our artificial ice blocks, the realistic-looking cotton wool snowballs, decorative snow B1- Display Snow and falling snow on a dry foam basis. Responsible for the realisation was tom geist | creating atmospheres.
André Rieu - The great Christmas concert with fake snow
A winter wonderland was created for André Rieu's Christmas concerts. The entrance was given a wintry atmosphere with snow drifts and snow-covered fir trees. A structure made of wood and chicken wire was created, then the whole thing was covered in snow fleece and our Display Snow. The fir trees also received a fine layer of Display Snow. The entrance area was transformed into an impressive winter landscape.
JOKA - Biathlon - Explosion of an artificial ice block
Biathlon legend Ole Einar Bjørndalen celebrated his farewell at the VELTINS Arena on the 29th December 2018 during the Biathlon at Schalke. For this we have transformed the player’s tunnel into an ice cave. A spectacular part of the event was the explosion of the ice block in which Ole Einar Bjørndalen was ‘frozen’.
Phantasialand - winter landscape with fake snow
Also in this year the Snow Business Team created the wintry atmosphere in Phantasialand. The Ice Dragon was prepared with wax and the trees and stand roofs were dressed with paper snow and coated with a layer of wax for better weather resistance.