Our temporary noise control systems allow event organizers to maximize volume at live music and sporting events—without causing distress to people in the neighborhood. And by harnessing sound in all the right places, they improve sound quality at live events.Find Out More
Failure to comply with strict anti-noise regulations could mean penalty fines, or even the closure of music, sporting or other events. That’s why more and more event organizers are turning to Echo Barrier’s acoustic experts for effective noise control. Our simple, cost-effective solutions help you to build better relationships with local communities, dramatically reduce complaints, and even extend the hours of your event.
What’s more, our temporary acoustic barriers will enhance sound quality at your event, by minimizing sound reflections and noise from nearby stages. They’re easy to install, give flexibility to your site layout, and look the part in all weathers. You can even add your logo to our products to promote your company at the event.
Build noise control into your consultation and planning application, to help ensure that your event gets the green light. Call on our technical experts to help.
Arm yourself with better technical knowledge of noise control, to help you ensure that cultural events can go ahead and enrich your local community.
The Arundel Festival was getting bigger and better every year—but was attracting noise complaints. The organizers turned to Echo Barrier for an effective temporary noise control solution in 2013.
Despite 40,000 people flocking to the town that year, the organizers received tremendous praise for cutting noise pollution. They’ve used our acoustic event noise barriers ever since, and relationships with the local community are much improved.
The noise problem
The 11-day Arundel Festival provides a huge boost to the economy of the historic market town in south-eastern England. But with 40,000 people attending hundreds of art, music and sporting events, the organizers were receiving a growing number of noise complaints.
The organizers decided to trial our temporary noise control barriers in 2013. Panels were erected at key infrastructure sites around the town. We also set up acoustic barriers between stages to prevent sound transfer.
The organizers received tremendous praise for their success in effectively reducing noise pollution for the local community. Festivalgoers told the organizers that the sound quality helped make the 2013 Festival the best yet. We’ve provided noise control for the Festival ever since, and relationships with the local community are much improved.