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TLC Creative Lights up with Live Special Effects and Interactive LED technologies

High-powered visuals is specialty of Los Angeles effects provider and show innovator TLC Creative

LAS VEGAS, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- When Hollywood wants to do something really exciting, or they simply want perfectly produced Live Special Effects they call TLC Creative, Los Angeles premiere source for custom water and flame effects, lasers, fog, new technology LED, and things you have never seen before. Superstar concerts, special occasions, and even American Idol have all benefited from the expertise of TLC Creative. From Miley Cyrus and Rihanna to Tiesto and Usher, TLC is the first choice for event, television and film producers looking to make sure they get a big bang for their buck.


TLC Creative brings technology and creative ideas and recently brought new technology XyloBands to light each person in the audience for live performances by Usher and at The Video Game Awards with Linkin Park and Jack Black. TLC also brought the LED Xylobands to LA VOZ, the Mexico version of The Voice, for a spectacular season finale.

TLC Creative is bringing XYLOBANDS and new interactive ideas to TWO Las Vegas tradeshows this week, bringing innovative technologies to the events industry at the IDEA FACTORY tradeshow created by CATERSOURCE and EVENT SOLUTIONS, and also at the NIGHTCLUB & BAR tradeshow. Both tradeshows are at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.

At the IDEA FACTORY, CATERSOURCE event Visit TLC Creative XYLOBANDS in booth #905

At the NIGHTCLUB & BAR tradeshow Visit TLC Creative XYLOBANDS in booth #1165

TLC Creative production, shows, and live special effects, lasers, fog effects, reveals and XYLOBANDS new technology LED wristbands that puts the audience in the show!

TLC is the special event industry's source of interactive and light entertainment, from new products and radio-controlled technologies, to innovative wearable media and stylish electronic creations that are truly cutting-edge and original. Motivating people at events and tradeshows requires a bit of exaggeration and finesse, and TLC is famous for creating highly charged moments with video and with special effects based entertainment that incorporates lighting, fog, fire, pyro, lasers, sound effects and personal LED devices that connect the viewers to the show! A SMART PHONE APP that can create a synchronized light show on each persons phone at an event.

Shakira lit up Bryant Park in New York with TLC Creative's new XyloBands LED wristbands for T-Mobile. The public event created a spectacle of light, where every person was a pixel, and the brilliance of the event was visible from space! Daddy Yankee, Pitbull, are other recent XyloBand enhanced events that TLC Creative performed the live lighting that connects everyone at the show! The audience is part of the show!


New LED lighting technologies with amazing effects and interactivity are exciting people like nothing else. True interactive experiences and devices, LED wristbands that not only light up, they tell us where you are, they network with each other, they know how long you were at a stage or a bar or dancing. Live controlled and wearable media are creating technology and fashion hybrids that are truly a new era. Radio-controlled lighting and remote devices, like flying miniature blimps or balls of light that glow and change colors on cue, are surprising people today.

LOS ANGELES LAKERSTLC designed the award winning pre-game multi-media show at the L.A. Lakers in Staples Center to include a giant drop down spandex screen that SUDDENLY appears in front of viewers as a 360-degree cylinder of video! A customized, video mapped show is then projected to pump up the crowd and create excitement and energy to start the game.

AEG press conference with MAGIC JOHNSON, TLC provided audio/video services and lighting for a PRESS CONFERENCE announcing the new football stadium in Los Angeles to be built by AEG.


SPLASH on ABC – a colorful balloon drop by TLC made the season finale a celebration

Amazing effects by TLC lit up these videos:MILEY CYRUS - "The Climb", DAVID GUETTA  - "Little Bad Girl"USHER – "Yeah", JERMAINE PAUL - "I Believe In This Life"JENNIFER LOPEZ - "Waiting for Tonight"ADAM LAMBERT LASERS on AMERICAN IDOLCOLDPLAY's debut of 'Clocks' LASERS on Jimmy Kimmel LIVERIHANNA, on AMERICAN IDOL, QUEEN, on AMERICAN IDOLTAIO CRUZ on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT

TLC lasers were recently seen on PARKS and RECREATION, and on an ad for XFINITY, lasers are sometimes used to lampoon themselves, as when the unique technology is squeezed into a tiny conference room, going a little too big is funny!

TLC Creative is known for all types of live special effects, laser effects on stage, at events, and on television, and provides technology for live events, such as the new XyloBands that are lighting up events with synchronized LED wristbands that guests wear. XyloBands will be shown at NIGHTCLUB & BAR tradeshow in Las Vegas, and at the Idea Factory tradeshow by Catersource and Event Solutions.

Driven by live events expert Kevin Bilida; TLC has grown from a small event company in the Northwest to one of the countries top special effects and laser entertainment providers. Bilida believes audiences deserve to be thrilled by all manner of new technologies instead of 'staying' in the box. "The integration of incredible effects into anything at all can wake up peoples imaginations to immediate, infinite possibilities", says the high-tech showman; and his efforts prove this idea to be true with every show he and his creative team are involved with. So many creative ideas, in fact, they squeezed some into their website at

For more information contact TLC at 800-447-3585 or at 310-822-6790visit

Media Contact: Scott Anderson, TLC Creative, 310-822-6790, [email protected]

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