Outdoor Stage Hire
Agile, affordable and easy set up
Mobile Trailer Stage – 4.8m x 4m
Hire our professional outdoor trailer stage to bring your event to life.
We deliver and set it up for you, so you don’t have to worry about a thing.
Available in several configurations to suit every budget. Fully insured and compliant with engineering certification and $20m Public Liability Insurance.
Ask our friendly team for a quote today.
Event stage hire options:
Hire the outdoor stage with either the ‘Truss’ or ‘Marquee’ set up (as per video).
Need help with the music? Not sure how to find or book the right artist? Want a competitive quote on sound and lighting production?
Our team has decades of experience in arts events, so we can plan and produce your event for you. Every event is different, so we’ll customise an outdoor event package to suit your budget.
We can take care of your event management by providing everything from AV production to artists bookings and fun interactive live artists. We’re a small and dedicated team of specialists intent on helping your event succeed. Every hire supports the arts.
Live music events
Cultural & live arts events
Council festivals & activations
Workshops & demonstrations
Conferences & expert panels
Community & school events
Podcasts & radio broadcasts
Tradeshows & expos
We’re fully insured, with $20m public liability and volunteer’s insurance. Our team also hold Blue Cards for peace of mind.
Need something not in the list above? Contact us and we’ll see what we can do.
Gallery of pop up events
Images on left, top to bottom
- Mobile stage at private event, Heritage Park
- Full stage truss and roofing set up ready for event
Images on right, top to bottom
- Cr Heremaia, with hosts of Logan Writer’s Festival on stage, 2022 (c) Chrome Silver Photography
- Cr Heremaia standing on stage at unveiling of Park Ridge Water Tower ANZAC Mural
- Welcome to Country on stage at Park Ridge mural unveiling
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We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of Australia. We pay our respects to the Elders past and present as the traditional Custodians of the lands and waters. We acknowledge their living culture and their traditional art forms. We recognise that the land where we live, learn, create and work is Yugembah, Jagera/Yugerra, Turrbul and Bundjalung land and sovereignty was never ceded. We’re committed to building and sustaining respect and understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists.