Streamers and confetti are ideal for audience engagement and suitable for just about any production, making them the ultimate crowd-pleasing effect.
One of the most versatile effects in our arsenal, confetti can be fully customised to your requirements. Colour schemes, custom shapes and sizes, printed brand names, logos and messages can all be tailored to your event. We can supply real or synthetic rose petals in a variety of colours, shower you with metallic glitter rain, or even make it snow with paper snowdrops – the sky is the limit!
For outdoor events and festivals we provide bio-degradable confetti and streamers helping you to leave as little impact on the environment as possible.
We stock a wide selection of canons, blowers, stadium shots and releasing devices from leading manufacturers that are able to deliver a range of effects from gentle flurries, to bold bursts, and immersive storms. With our Quantum control system our machines can fire wirelessly offering far greater versatility of positioning as well as a host of different firing pattern options.
If you have any specific requirement that we don’t already cater for we can custom build you a bespoke effect with our in-house development team. Most recently we launched our brand new Q: Stormblasters on the Adele World Tour. Designed by our engineers to deliver an arena-wide coverage, the Q: Stormblasters supply a minute-long confetti hit that can reach the entire audience – even those on the higher tiers! We told you the sky’s the limit.
Quantum is currently the proud owners of 40+ Stadium Shot Confetti Cannons, the largest stock in the whole of the UK!
Robbie William’s eagerly awaited The Heavy Entertainment Show tour came to a close earlier this month in Zurich. Having started in June at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, the tour travelled through 16 countries across Europe, entertaining 1.1 million of Robbie’s fans. Quantum supplied the special effects for the tour, providing an… read more
Muse returned to Reading and Leeds last weekend for their third time headlining the Festival. Opening Leeds on Friday and closing the festivities on Sunday in Reading, the trio delivered a set full of hits and rare favourites that spanned their entire career, even bringing AC/DC rock legend Brian Johnson… read more