Top 10 Stings Used at Awards Ceremonies

Posted by on Jan 25, 2018 in Blog

Awards Stings, Audio Visual, AV Company

On the back of the success from our last awards music blog post, we have decided to bring you a new list of popular songs we have been using recently at awards evenings.

The power of good music at any event should never be underestimated. It can instil emotions in your audience and help to create a certain feeling in the room at specific moments throughout the night.

Due to popular demand, we have created a playlist of some of the best stings that we currently use at awards ceremonies. We have also included a couple of songs which are great for creating excitement with your audience when they enter the event space. You can thank us later!

For when your audience enters the room:

Hans Zimmer (Blue Planet II) – The Blue Planet

Henry Jackman (X-Men: First Class) – Sub Lift 

For your presenter and winner walk-up’s:

Sigala – Easy Love

Keala Settle (The Greatest Showman) – This Is Me

Bakermat – Baby

Oliver Heldens ft Ida Corr – Good Life

Sigma ft. Take That – Cry

Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling

The Chainsmokers & Coldplay (Alesso Remix) – Something Just Like This

Taylor Swift – Shake It Off

Alesso – Heroes

Taio Cruz ft. Kylie Minogue – Higher

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again…. Don’t be afraid to try something new with your music selection! It’s all about creating a fun and memorable experience for your audience. Mixing some of these newer tracks above with ‘the classics’ from our last post will keep your event current.

Got your music sorted? Great! Have you thought about what must-haves you need for your awards ceremony? Have a read of our ‘10 Must-Haves at Your Awards Evening‘ post!

 

We are an audio visual company providing full AV support and conference production across the UK and Europe.

www.istead.co.uk

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