Together, Production Club and Amazon Web Services annually produce the re:Invent tech conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, which includes an accompanying free live event to all attendees called re:Play, the latter of which is a multi-media experience that pulls from a global community of musicians, lighting designers, 3D artists, culinary gurus and creative visionaries.
For re:Play they transform the Las Vegas Fairgrounds into an adult playground with two 60’ tall mega structures, a towering Monolith with live visuals, a courtyard with a laser dome, multiple art installations, a drone show, lively bars and a tempting food court where over 180,000 plates of food were consumed in 4 hours.
In 2019, they concepted, designed, and produced Amazon’s first ever music festival. They called it “Intersect.” Amazon Web Services (AWS) is known as a cloud computing platform, but connecting people with music is a part of their DNA. They had the idea to leverage the infrastructure that was already being used from the AWS re:Play party to create a music festival performances by artists such as Foo Fighters, Beck, Kacey Musgraves, and Anderson .Paak