Pink chooses water projection for her BRIT Awards hit medley

London, United Kingdom, February 2019


Pink wanted to deliver an unforgettable spectacle at the BRIT Awards 2019 ceremony. While some of her hits were accompanied by flumes of fire, for her song ’Try’, Pink’s team decided to bring some rain on stage.


We employed the rain dance technology that we first unveiled with Freckled Sky at America's Got Talent 2015. It allows for combining water screen projection and choreography in a live stage show.


The rain dance performance became one of the highlights of the BRIT Awards ceremony. Pink considered it to be her ‘best stage experience’ in recent years. The broadcast of the event was watched by 4.1 million people and received exceptional reviews from the audience.


Freckled Sky




VFX, Content Production, Video Engineering, Show Control

Front Pictures teamed up with Freckled Sky to create a stage show for Pink’s epic song ‘Try’ at the BRIT Awards 2019.

The famous American singer became the first foreigner who received the Outstanding Contribution To Music prize from the BRITs. At the awards ceremony on Feb 20 in London, Pink performed a medley of her greatest hits. Each song was accompanied by an unforgettable stage show.

The ‘Try’ act featured a spectacular water screen projection combined with live dance performance. The Front Pictures team was in charge of video graphics, video engineering, and live show control.

The projection setup included 2 x Panasonic PT-RZ31K projectors driven by Screenberry Media Server.




21 February 2019

“Things were more dramatic when she later sang her epic anthem Try, in which she shared the stage with just one dancer... Singing in the rain: The duo then put on a sensual performance, which was made even more stunning with additional rain effects and eye-catching projections.”

Niomi Harris for Mailonline



21 February 2019

“There was fire, there was a duet with Bastille’s Dan Smith, there was a whole army of backing dances, there were political messages firing up on the big screen… heck, Pink even made it rain. Fans absolutely loved it and if you weren’t a fan of Pink, you were totally won over.”

Katie Storey, MetroUK