2020 • Tampa Bay, Florida

Raymond James Stadium Provides Revolutionary, State-of-the-Art LED Lighting for Fans and Players Alike

Raymond James Stadium, located in Tampa Bay, Florida, is a 65,000-seat stadium that is home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, University of South Florida Bulls football, Outback Bowl, Monster Jam, Gasparilla Bowl and the Sunset Music Festival. Opening in 1996, Raymond James Stadium has a storied history, having hosted the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA), Super Bowl XXXV and Super Bowl XLIII as well as some of the top musical acts in the world such as Kenny Chesney, U2, Beyoncé, One Direction, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift. The stadium will once again take center stage, as they will be hosting Super Bowl LV in 2021.

• With the greatest show on earth taking place at Raymond James Stadium in 2021, they wanted lights that would make history. Serving as the first stadium in the world to utilize both tunable white and full RGB capable lights throughout the entire stadium, Raymond James Stadium will be remembered as pioneers in the sports lighting industry.

• Looking to put on a show-stopping halftime performance at Super Bowl LV, RJS needed unprecedented lighting controls. Every single fixture is capable of instantly switching from white light to one of 2 million RGB color options, through a quick and responsive digital command that can be controlled from a click of a button. This allows any experienced stage lighting professional to create an ambitious, one-of-a-kind light show with rapid speed and ease, while matching the exact mood required for the performance on the field.

• Customized manufacturing and patented technology that separates Sportsbeams from the competition. With three levels of cooling, our Chromabeams 900 keeps the fixture cool and allows the addition of double the number of LEDs in a regular light while delivering the least glare of any sports fixture available. Also, unlike most manufacturers of sports lighting products, Sportsbeams has the unique advantage of engineering and manufacturing our own drivers. This allows for a product that is specifically tailored to work with our fixtures, minimizing the risk of failures.